collection

[ kuh-lek-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF collection

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He went all over me, taking up a collection, and did first-rate.

I am hoping that some readers will look on this collection primarily as a book of poems.

Not improbably, the public may yet be gratified with this collection.

A collection of German stories emitted a scent of brimstone.

"Still, I added to the collection to-day," pursued Miss Whitmore, calmly.

If the worst happen, I lose only a few instead of all my collection.'

We have one collection of poems in which he speaks in his own person and of himself.

She has made a specialty of Angoras, and her collection is famous.

There are four loving cups in the Admiral Schley collection.

I have a collection of postage stamps and a number of duplicates.

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