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accumulate

(Amass), verb accumulare, aggregate, assemble, bring together, coacervare, collect, collect into a mass, collect together, colligate, compile, concentrate, cumulate, garner, gather, gather into a mass, gather together, gather up, hoard, mass, pile up, stockpile, store up, unite
Associated concepts: accumulate dividends, accumulate funds, accumulate income, accumulated damages, accuuulated deductions, accumulated earnings, accumulated profits, accumulated reserve, accumulated sick leave, accuuulated surplus, accumulation in a trust, accumulative judgment, accumulative sentence, consecutive sentence

accumulate

(Enlarge), verb accrue, add to, amplify, augment, broaden, build up, enlarge in size, exaggerare, expand, extend, gain, greaten, grow, grow larger, increase, make greater, multiply, redouble, spread, swell
Foreign phrases: Alienatio rei praefertur juri accrescendi.The law prefers the alienation of property rather than accumulation.
See also: accrue, aggregate, annul, benefit, codify, collect, compile, concentrate, congregate, conjoin, consolidate, convene, crystallize, cull, expand, fund, garner, gather, glean, hoard, increase, inure, join, keep, obtain, procure, raise, reserve, set aside, shelter, store, unite
References in classic literature ?
These alone can one claim undisputed right to, nor may he accumulate more of these than are required for his actual needs.
You have been in my service a year, your fund has already begun to accumulate -- let it continue to do so.
Pope Julius came afterwards and found the Church strong, possessing all the Romagna, the barons of Rome reduced to impotence, and, through the chastisements of Alexander, the factions wiped out; he also found the way open to accumulate money in a manner such as had never been practised before Alexander's time.
First accumulate a mass of Facts: and then construct a Theory.
The compressed sand, or porous coral rock, is permeated like a sponge with the salt water, but the rain which falls on the surface must sink to the level of the surrounding sea, and must accumulate there, displacing an equal bulk of the salt water.
It is your thirst to become sacrifices and gifts yourselves: and therefore have ye the thirst to accumulate all riches in your soul.

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