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forgather

[ fawr-gath-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF forgather
  • as inraise
  • as inrendezvous
  • as inconcentrate
  • as incongregate
  • as ingather

Synonyms for forgather

  • boost
  • collect
  • enhance
  • get
  • heighten
  • jump
  • obtain
  • promote
  • reinforce
  • strengthen
  • advance
  • aggravate
  • amplify
  • assemble
  • congregate
  • congress
  • dignify
  • enlarge
  • escalate
  • exaggerate
  • exalt
  • form
  • gather
  • goose
  • hike
  • honor
  • inflate
  • intensify
  • levy
  • magnify
  • mass
  • mobilize
  • mushroom
  • muster
  • pyramid
  • rally
  • recruit
  • rendezvous
  • snowball
  • up
  • build up
  • fetch up
  • goose up
  • hike up
  • jack up
  • jump up
  • look up
  • perk up
  • pick up
  • put up
  • run up
  • send through the roof
  • shoot up
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORGATHER

Doctors and chaplains and the teamsters, and Dick Ewell will forgather all right ——!

Barty was a man's man par excellence, and loved to forgather with men.

On the Riva, where I was wont to forgather with many of them, they finally got to calling me "Wa-hoo."

On the 17th of January we should forgather in Constantinople.

No longer would she forgather with the neighbors over a pot of tea for a pleasant vindictive chat.

And yet, although he loved best to forgather with those of his own sex, woman meant much for him!

It is quite remarkable how the Australian seems to forgather with the Scotsman wherever in France he meets him.

Our parting was not as it had been before, when we knew that sooner or later we should forgather in one place or the other.

There was no joking here, nor that elephantine persiflage which marks rough men when they forgather in the wilderness.

There we pitched camp, and, as the flies lacked, built a friendship-fire about which to forgather when the day was done.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FORGATHER

concentrate

verbgather, collect
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