accumulation

[ uh-kyoo-myuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF accumulation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCUMULATION

It has been the accumulation of years, and was intended as a provision for you and Robert.

You'll get an accumulation on your ship that will shoot off like lightning—millions of volts!

With them was a bundle of newspapers and an accumulation of mail matter.

This place is remarkable for the accumulation of Aztec and Spanish antiquities.

History fills up some of its gaps by an accumulation of reasonings.

Hil found an accumulation of letters and invitations waiting her arrival.

His fingers struck an accumulation of rubbish that had been tossed into the corner.

Hallock was evidently relieving an accumulation of irritation.

It is the duty of government to encourage the accumulation of the savings of industry.

They contain alkalies which help to lessen the accumulation of uric acid.

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