accumulate

[ uh-kyoo-myuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF accumulate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCUMULATE

The painter can accumulate ugliness, but I do not remember a demon worth the name.

It would be easy as well as instructive to accumulate examples.

Upon the funeral pile they accumulate neither apparel nor perfumes.

From time to time it cleans out the dirt and rubbish which accumulate in the hole.

The “something” proved to be £2500, which was to accumulate in the hands of trustees.

Then you began to take part in local politics and to accumulate ambitions.

"Then the money must accumulate interest until there is," I said.

If we could accumulate and retain electricity we would have power.

Aye; accumulate a store of our own ready for the day we want them?

In those years you will watch over him and accumulate the funds that will be needed.

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