amass[ uh-mas ]SEE DEFINITION OF amass
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Whose should be the wealth, to amass which he had jeopardized his soul?
His was the distinction of being the only Pendarves who had ever managed to amass a fortune.
How then, shall we estimate the share of each in the riches which ALL contribute to amass?
Surely not persons who had toiled and sweated to amass a few dollars.
Do you want to amass wealth, then you must take it from your neighbours.
To amass treasure Bengalis regard as a glorious distinction.
I could, did it so please me, amass a fortune, worthy of being bequeathed to a king.
All this traffic to amass a little gold at the expense of others!
I smuggled, because I was eager to amass money to leave to my son.
It is better to instruct a little child than to amass riches for him.