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garner

verb

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  1. 1 to bring together in one body or place <a prisoner garnering food bit by bit and hiding it in his pillow> <an array of rock bands garnered from all over the country by the promoters of the festival> Synonyms accumulate, amass, assemble, bulk (up), collect, concentrate, congregate, constellate, corral, gather, group, lump, pick up, round upRelated Words ball, batch, bunch, cluster, huddle; heap, pile, stack; band, brigade, muster, raise, rally; flock, herd, hive, pack, press, swarm, throng; combine, connect, join, link, merge, pool, unite; archive, arrange, collate, compile, organize, systematize; scrape (up or together); re-collect, regather, regroupNear Antonyms break up, disband, disintegrate, dissolve, separate, sever, split (up); dismiss, sendAntonyms dispel, disperse, dissipate, scatter

  2. 2 to receive as return for effort <a novelist that has garnered praise for his literate police procedurals> Synonyms acquire, attain, bag, bring in, capture, carry, come by, draw, gain, earn, get, knock down, land, make, obtain, procure, pull down, realize, reap, secure, winRelated Words clear, gross, net; accomplish, achieve, notch (up), score; accumulate, amass, draw, rack up; catch, pick up; annex, occupy, take over; reacquire, reattain, recapture, regain, remakeNear Antonyms accord, give, grant, pay; give up, hand over, part (with), relinquish, surrender, yieldAntonyms forfeit, lose




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