Definition of unlawful assembly in English:

unlawful assembly

Line breaks: un|law¦ful as|sem¦bly

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noun

English Law , historical
A meeting of three or more people likely to cause a breach of the peace or to endanger the public: he hoped to demonstrate that what he had been involved in was not an unlawful assembly within the definition [mass noun]: he was imprisoned for six weeks for unlawful assembly and riot

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