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synonyms for gleaned

  • cull
  • deduce
  • extract
  • garner
  • gather
  • learn
  • reap
  • sift
  • accumulate
  • amass
  • ascertain
  • conclude
  • harvest
  • pick
  • select
  • winnow
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antonyms for gleaned

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  • disperse
  • divide
  • plant
  • put in
  • separate
  • spread
  • dissipate
  • refuse
  • reject
  • spend
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How to use gleaned in a sentence

To grok the impact that the Vision Fund’s rough patch caused SoftBank Group during the 12-month period ending March 31, 2020, we can glean all that we need from a single chart.
HOW SOFTBANK’S VISION FUND TURNED LOSSES INTO GOLD THIS SUMMERALEX WILHELMNOVEMBER 12, 2020TECHCRUNCH
Algorithms sometimes also glean data on how people have used their computers.
EXPLAINER: WHAT IS AN ALGORITHM?MELISSA L. WEBERNOVEMBER 12, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
The award-winning actor shares lessons and stories gleaned from his 35 years of keeping diaries.
WASHINGTON POST HARDCOVER BESTSELLERSNOVEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In addition, it wasn’t able to glean insights from real-time signals as it would have liked to do.
HOW CARPARTS.COM LEVERAGES CDP TECH TO CREATE CUSTOMER-CENTRIC EXPERIENCESSPONSORED CONTENT: BLUESHIFTNOVEMBER 3, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
It’s a microcosm of American politics, where some teenagers have gleaned dirty tricks from today’s Washington and others believe idealistically in change.
8 POLITICAL DOCUMENTARIES TO WATCH THIS WEEKENDRACHEL SCHALLOMOCTOBER 30, 2020FORTUNE
He went on a Midwestern road trip to glean ideas from other restaurateurs and started an “alliance” with fellow bar owners.
FOOTBALL IS BACK IN HAPPY VALLEY. THE CORONAVIRUS NEVER LEFT.KENT BABBOCTOBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Inspired by ideas gleaned from Pinterest, she plans to tape candy to skewers spread throughout lawns as part of the hunt.
PARENTS ARE GOING THE EXTRA MILE TO SAVE HALLOWEEN FOR THEIR KIDSEMILY DAVIESOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Many of her students did end up watching the debate and what they gleaned from it, Hitchcock said, was that it was entertainment.
AS THE ELECTION DRAWS NEAR, CIVICS AND GOVERNMENT TEACHERS WALK A FINE LINEJOE HEIMOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Careful viewers might be able to glean a few number facts from the film, but the movie focuses on Devi’s fraught relationships — particularly with her daughter — rather than on the details of mental math algorithms.
A DOCUMENTARY AND A BOLLYWOOD FILM HIGHLIGHT TWO DISPARATE PATHS IN MATHEMATICSEMILY CONOVEROCTOBER 15, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
To glean details about the system, Lendl and her team measured that tiny dip in starlight when the planet passes in front of its host star from our perspective.
A DEEP-SPACE TELESCOPE SPIED AN EXOPLANET SO HOT IT CAN VAPORIZE IRONPAOLA ROSA-AQUINOOCTOBER 5, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
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WORDS RELATED TO GLEANED

  • accumulated
  • aggregated
  • amassed
  • associated
  • brought together
  • collected
  • collocated
  • combined
  • compiled
  • concentrated
  • congregated
  • convened
  • convoked
  • crowded together
  • culled
  • forgathered
  • garnered
  • gleaned
  • grouped
  • harvested
  • hoarded
  • joined
  • lumped together
  • massed
  • met
  • picked
  • piled
  • rallied
  • reunited
  • rounded up
  • stacked
  • stored
  • summoned
  • swarmed
  • thronged
  • united
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