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CONCOURSE, noun [Latin , to run together, to run.]

1. A moving, flowing or running together; confluence; as a fortuitous concourse of atoms; a concourse of men.

2. A meeting; an assembly of men; an assemblage of things; a collection formed by a voluntary or spontaneous moving and meeting in one place. Acts 19:40.

3. The place or point of meeting, or a meeting; the point of junction of two bodies.

The drop will begin to move towards the concourse of the glasses. [This application is unusual.]