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Gather — synonyms, gather antonyms, definition
1. gather (Noun)
contraction crease crinkle flute fold furrow gathering kilt plait pleat pucker ruffle rumple tuck
gather (Noun) — Sewing consisting of small folds or puckers made by pulling tight a thread in a line of stitching.
gather (Noun) — The act of gathering something.
6 types of
aggregation assembling collecting collection sewing stitchery
centralisation centralization harvest harvest home harvesting
2. gather (Verb)
accrue accumulate acquire aggregate allocate amass appropriate assemble assume bank believe bend back bring together cache call together canvas clean clear clip cluster • • •
gather (Verb) — Assemble or get together.
ex. "gather some stones"
gather (Verb) — (of people) collect in one place.
ex. "Let's gather in the dining room"
gather (Verb) — Collect in one place, esp. growing to a large number or quantity.
ex. "Journals are gathering in my office"
gather (Verb) — Conclude from evidence.
ex. "I gather you have not done your homework"
gather (Verb) — Draw together into folds or puckers.
gather (Verb) — Get people together.
ex. "gather the close family members"
gather (Verb) — Draw and bring closer.
ex. "she gathered her shawl around her shoulders"
gather (Verb) — Look for (food) in nature.
ex. "Our ancestors gathered nuts in the Fall"
gather (Verb) — Increase or develop.
ex. "the car gathers speed"
14 types of
conclude increase interact look for pull reason reason out run up search seek sew sew together stitch stitch up
accrete aggroup backlog bird-nest birdnest caucus clam club clump cluster come up congregate constellate convene converge crowd crowd together cull drift flock • • •
3 see also
gather up gathered ungathered