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garner definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to collect and keep in or just as if in a granary.
    • To amass; get. See Synonyms at reap.
    • to assemble for conservation; to store, as with a granary; to treasure.
    • to assemble and shop in or like in a granary.
    • To amass; get. See Synonyms at reap.
    • to collect for conservation; to store, like in a granary; to treasure.
    • To gather and shop in or as though in a granary.
    • to collect and shop in or as if in a granary.
    • To gather and store in or like in a granary.
    • To amass; get. See Synonyms at reap.
    • To amass; acquire. See Synonyms at reap.
    • To amass; get. See Synonyms at reap.
    • to assemble for conservation; to keep, as with a granary; to treasure.
    • to collect for preservation; to store, as with a granary; to treasure.
    • To gather for conservation; to store, such as a granary; to treasure.
  • noun:
    • A granary.
    • An accumulation or number of some thing.
    • A granary; a store of whole grain.
    • An accumulation, supply, store, or hoard of something.
    • A granary; a building or destination where grain is kept for preservation.
    • A granary; a building or location in which whole grain is kept for conservation; thus, a shop of something, specially of knowledge or knowledge: today mainly in figurative use.
    • a storehouse for threshed grain or pet feed
    • A granary.
    • An accumulation or number of one thing.
    • A granary; a shop of whole grain.
    • An accumulation, offer, store, or hoard of something.
    • A granary; a building or destination where whole grain is kept for conservation.
    • A granary; a building or place where grain is kept for conservation; for this reason, a store of anything, specially of real information or experience: today mainly in figurative usage.
    • A granary.
    • A granary.
    • A granary.
    • a storehouse for threshed grain or pet feed
    • a build up or collection of anything.
    • An accumulation or collection of anything.
    • An accumulation or collection of some thing.
    • A granary; a shop of whole grain.
    • A granary; a shop of whole grain.
    • A granary; a shop of grain.
    • An accumulation, offer, shop, or hoard of one thing.
    • An accumulation, supply, store, or hoard of one thing.
    • An accumulation, offer, store, or hoard of anything.
    • A granary; a building or location where grain is kept for preservation.
    • A granary; a building or spot in which whole grain is stored for preservation.
    • A granary; a building or spot where grain is saved for conservation; therefore, a store of anything, particularly of knowledge or knowledge: now chiefly in figurative use.
    • A granary; a building or destination where whole grain is stored for preservation; therefore, a shop of something, specifically of real information or knowledge: today chiefly in figurative use.
    • a storehouse for threshed grain or pet feed
    • A granary; a building or location in which grain is stored for conservation.
    • A granary; a building or destination where grain is saved for conservation; ergo, a store of anything, especially of real information or knowledge: now chiefly in figurative use.
    • a storehouse for threshed grain or pet feed
    • a storehouse for threshed whole grain or pet feed
  • verb:
    • To experience whole grain, collect it up, and shop it in a granary.
    • to collect, amass, hoard, like harvesting grain.
    • to make; for; to amass or acquire by some effort or because of some fact; to reap.
    • to assemble or come to be gathered; to amass or come to be accumulated; to be kept.
    • assemble or get together
    • shop whole grain
    • acquire or deserve by an individual's efforts or activities
    • To enjoy grain, gather it up, and shop it in a granary.
    • to assemble, amass, hoard, like harvesting grain.
    • To earn; to obtain; to build up or acquire by some energy or due to some reality; to experience.
    • to gather or become gathered; to build up or be built up; to be saved.
    • assemble or gather
    • shop whole grain
    • acquire or need by your attempts or activities
    • To experience grain, collect it up, and shop it in a granary.
    • To experience whole grain, collect it, and store it in a granary.
    • To enjoy grain, gather it, and store it in a granary.
    • to assemble, amass, hoard, just as if harvesting grain.
    • to collect, amass, hoard, as though harvesting whole grain.
    • to assemble, amass, hoard, like harvesting grain.
    • To earn; getting; to amass or acquire by some effort or as a result of some reality; to experience.
    • to make; for; to amass or get by some energy or because some fact; to enjoy.
    • to make; to obtain; to build up or acquire by some energy or as a result of some fact; to enjoy.
    • to collect or become gathered; to accumulate or come to be accumulated; in order to become saved.
    • to gather or be gathered; to amass or come to be built up; in order to become kept.
    • assemble or get together
    • store whole grain
    • gain or need by a person's efforts or actions
    • to assemble or become gathered; to build up or become accumulated; to become kept.
    • assemble or get-together
    • shop grain
    • grab or need by a person's attempts or actions
    • assemble or gather
    • shop whole grain
    • gain or deserve by your efforts or actions
  • others:
    • To store in or just as if in a granary; hoard: mainly in figurative use.
    • Synonyms To gather, gather, put in, husband.
    • to cultivate in volume or amount; gather.
    • To store in or as though in a granary; hoard: mainly in figurative usage.
    • Synonyms to collect, collect, put in, husband.
    • to cultivate in amount or quantity; gather.
    • To store in or as if in a granary; hoard: mainly in figurative use.
    • Synonyms to assemble, collect, lay in, spouse.
    • to cultivate in quantity or quantity; gather.
    • to keep in or as though in a granary; hoard: chiefly in figurative use.
    • Synonyms to assemble, collect, lay in, husband.
    • to develop in volume or quantity; gather.
    • to keep in or like in a granary; hoard: chiefly in figurative usage.
    • Synonyms To gather, collect, lay in, husband.
    • To grow in volume or quantity; accumulate.
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