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Adjective
Having been accumulated or amassed
“Little Elk helped White Wolf stack the gathered wood near their tipi.”
Adjective
Having come together as a group (of people or animals)
“As the gathered group of politicians murmured their satisfaction, Jennings took her customary seat in the back of the room.”
Adjective
Full of creases or wrinkles
Adjective
Having been attained or earned, especially through effort
Adjective
Decorated with frills
Adjective
Stored or put away
Adjective
In a heap
Adjective
Doubled over
Adjective
Relating to or shared by all the members of a group
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Verb
To have mustered
“Let's gather a group of adventurous individuals to climb to the summit.”
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To have had an opinion of
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“From what I gather, he is certainly a natural talent at this sport.”
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Past tense for to bring together and take in from scattered places or sources
“Squirrels have been observed to gather fallen nuts, storing them for the winter.”
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Past tense for to gather or meet in a common location
“The guests would gather at the top of the stairs, sticking their heads down the stairway to see what was going on.”
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Past tense for to bring together or amass as a single group or collection
Gather the spices together inside a small piece of muslin, tie with string, and add to the pan.”
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Past tense for to bring or assemble a group of people together
“If one man can gather an army of five hundred, another can gather an army of ten or five hundred thousand. That means revolution.”
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(of plants, fruits, etc.) Past tense for to collect for food
“Sixteen people would be brought to an uninhabited island and left there to survive on the food they could gather for themselves.”
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Past tense for to grow larger or more numerous
“Storm clouds would continue to gather in the distance.”
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Past tense for to attract the interest of, especially of a group
“The movie, with its implicit connotations, would soon gather a fanatical following.”
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Past tense for to pull (someone) into one's arms
“They would embrace and gather the child between them.”
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(sewing) Past tense for to add pleats or folds to a piece of cloth, normally to reduce its width
“Pull the basting bobbin threads to gather the skirt.”
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