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Correct spelling:
A plait; fold.
To assemble; increase; suppurate.
To collect; infer; plait.
focus (verb)
intersect, funnel, center, rally, converge, focus.
believe (verb)
believe, affirm, trust, conclude, deem, accept, assent, profess, hold, suppose, maintain, take for granted, presume, understand, assume, credit, surmise, judge, declare, put faith in, give faith.
congregate (verb)
meet, convene, assemble, muster, collect, congregate.
wrinkle (noun)
crease, ripple, corrugation, furrow, fold, infold, tuck, wrinkle, crimp, flection, pucker, pleat.
convoke (verb)
collect, convene, convoke, muster, assemble.
socialize (verb)
socialize, host, attend, talk, meet, hob-nob, befriend, converse, join.
meet (verb)
run into, join, assemble, welcome, receive, greet, bump into, encounter, meet.
wrinkle (verb)
crease, pucker, ripple, crimp, corrugate, pleat, fold, wrinkle, double, furrow, tuck.
expect (verb)
presuppose, suspect, contemplate, expect, surmise, infer, presume, foreknow, dread, envision, imagine, envisage, forebode, apprehend, anticipate, await, assume, deduce, foresee.
take (verb)
harvest, bag, abduct, appropriate, acquire, collect, nab, get, annex, levy, impound, monopolize, confiscate, take, procure, reap, amass, commandeer, usurp, catch, capture, grab, deprive.
Other synonyms:
pull together, understand, conglomerate, garner, tuck, pile up, pucker, get together, cumulate, forgather, meet, foregather, gathering, amass, accumulate, collect, assemble, congregate, infer.
Examples of usage:
  1. " I that I can gather together enough to meet the notes, Colonel. cal'late - "The Crisis, Volume 6", Winston Churchill.
  2. At least, he understood that she was very young and pretty, and saw that she was excited, though he could not gather at once from her words or remember from his own experience what there was to be excited about. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  3. Men gather about a good judge of cattle, and will back him up. - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies.

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