View definitions for accumulating
adjective as in increasing
noun as in collection
Moderna said Wednesday its study has accumulated more than 53 infections, allowing a preliminary analysis of the shot’s effectiveness to begin.
Transfer the baking sheet to a heatproof surface, and gently and carefully tilt the duck over a medium bowl to drain the juices that have accumulated inside the cavity.
For sustainable fitness gains, critics argued, lifting to complete failure in every set was mentally exhausting and physically draining, and it would ultimately lead to accumulating fatigue and diminishing returns.
As of Tuesday, Singapore’s accumulated case numbers totaled nearly 58,000, with 28 deaths.
Economists say the longer that young people are forced to delay their careers, the worse their prospects will be in the future to hold a job, accumulate wealth, or even get married or start a family.
Idiocies multiply in direct proportion to the accumulating legal rigidities.
The scientific evidence on which he would base the decision was accumulating.
In economic life, market signals ignore greenhouse gases, so the carbon economy keeps accumulating wealth.
You knew that where there's big money, there's always somebody that's pretty clever at accumulating some of it.
But in the South, the utter lack of status had prevented black Southerners from accumulating wealth in the first place.
His accumulating doubts hitherto unexpressed, almost unacknowledged even, were now confirmed.
You will find it, however, a very pleasant thing to sit at ease in your own parlor while your husband is accumulating a fortune.
No misfortunes could disturb the serenity of her soul, and no accumulating perils could daunt her courage.
Daudet drew on his experiences, and on the notes he was always accumulating, more strenuously than he should have done.
Since the banking situation went bad, she has been accumulating government bonds.
On this page you'll find 93 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to accumulating, such as: developing, expanding, growing, rising, augmenting, and booming.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.