- concours d'élégance,
- concrete mixer,
- concrete music,
- concrete noun
Origin of concourse
Examples from the Web for concourse
From just outside the main door a distinct “ha-ha-ha” echoed up and down the concourse.
The departure display board in the concourse was originally a row of flip panels that would update mechanically.
A concourse of living beings sent the hum of their activity into the night.Three John Silence Stories|Algernon Blackwood
On Whitefield's arrival, this place was of necessity exchanged for the Park, where the concourse of people was as vast as ever.George Whitefield|Joseph Belcher
Dimly ahead of me, upon a broad stretch of grass, I presently became aware of a concourse.Lore of Proserpine|Maurice Hewlett
It was a fine, sunny morning, with a tang of autumn in the air, and the concourse within the church was very great.Audrey|Mary Johnston
This edifice, then about half as large as now, was entirely inadequate to hold the concourse that had gathered there.Tea Leaves|Various
Word Origin for concourse
late 14c., from Middle French concours, from Latin concursus "a running together," from past participle of concurrere (see concur). Originally "the flowing of a crowd of people;" sense of "open space in a built-up place" is American English, 1862.