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Correct spelling:
gather
Definition:
A plait or pucker in cloth.

Synonyms:

noun
act
gather, gathering.
artifact
gather, gathering.
gather
accumulate, amass, assemble, collect, conglomerate, congregate, cumulate, foregather, forgather, garner, gathering, get together, infer, meet, pile up, pucker, pull together, tuck, understand.
increase
accrue.
plication
plication.
wrinkle
corrugation, flection, Infold.
verb
be led to believe; infer
assume, conclude, deduce, expect, find, hear, imagine, judge, learn, make, presume, reckon, suppose, surmise, suspect, take, think, understand.
believe
accept, affirm, assent, assume, believe, conclude, credit, declare, deem, hold, judge, maintain, presume, profess, suppose, surmise, take for granted, trust, understand, give faith, put faith in.
collect
lay in, round up.
come or bring together
accumulate, aggregate, amass, assemble, associate, bunch up, capture, choose, cluster, collect, concentrate, congregate, convene, converge, corral, crowd, cull, draw, draw in, flock, forgather, gang up, garner, get together, group, hang around, hang out, heap, herd, hoard, huddle, marshal, mass, meet, muster, pick, pile up, pluck, poke, punch, rally, reunite, show up, stack up, stockpile, swarm, throng, unite, round up, scare up, scrape together, pour in, close with, make the scene.
communication
gather.
congregate
assemble, congregate, convene, meet, muster.
contact
collect, garner, gather, pull together.
convoke
assemble, collect, convene, convoke, muster.
expect
anticipate, apprehend, await, contemplate, deduce, dread, envisage, envision, expect, forebode, foreknow, foresee, imagine, infer, presuppose, suspect.
focus
center, converge, focus, funnel, intersect, rally.
gain, increase
build, deepen, enlarge, expand, grow, heighten, intensify, rise, swell, thicken, wax.
harvest, pick out
crop, extract, glean, pile, reap, select, stack, pick up, take in, ingather.
meet
bump into, encounter, greet, join, receive, run into, welcome.
socialize
attend, befriend, converse, host, socialize, talk, hob-nob.
take
abduct, acquire, amass, annex, appropriate, bag, capture, catch, collect, commandeer, confiscate, deprive, get, grab, harvest, impound, levy, monopolize, nab, procure, reap, take, usurp.
wrinkle
corrugate, crease, crimp, double, fold, furrow, pleat, pucker, ripple, tuck, wrinkle.
Examples of usage:
  1. He knew that it would be late before the service began, for the miners would not gather until darkness had spread over the land. – If Any Man Sin by H. A. Cody
  2. " Then I gather it's not true what yesterday you said and no doubt believed. – Out of the Primitive by Robert Ames Bennet
  3. The fruit is gathered by women, who can gather about twelve pounds a day. – Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson
  4. So home, calling at Paul's Churchyard for a " Mare Clausum," having it in my mind to write a little matter, what I can gather, about the business of striking sayle, and present it to the Duke, which I now think will be a good way to make myself known. – Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright by Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke
  5. As Warrisden looked out of the window he saw a group of men and women and children gather outside the house. – The Truants by A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason

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