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Aggregated, Gleaned, Garnered, Harvested, huddled, Convened, stacked, Rallied, brought together, Congregated, Collocated, lumped together, Hoarded, massed, accumulated, amassed, joined, stored, Picked, reunited, Convoked, rounded up, crowded together, Mobilized, Culled, Summoned, Swarmed, thronged, grouped, forgathered, piled, associated, Marshaled, combined, Compiled, collected, united, concentrated, Met.
Annexed, Harvested, amassed, Grabbed, taken, Gotten, Levied, Caught, appropriated, Bagged, Nabbed, Reaped, Impounded, acquired, Procured, collected, confiscated, Commandeered, abducted, usurped, Captured.
creased, rippled, furrowed, doubled, tucked, puckered, corrugated, wrinkled, Crimped, pleated, folded.
united, combined, Swarmed, raked up, Garnered, accumulated, thronged, grouped, stacked, Hoarded, Culled, forgathered, rounded up, associated, crowded together, Gleaned, Picked, Marshaled, Summoned, brought together, amalgamated, heaped, lumped together, stowed away, Collated, reunited, incorporated, Compiled, stored, Collocated, Aggregated, huddled, Mobilized, massed, piled.
collected, deepened, concentrated.
Surmised, gave faith, trusted, professed, declared, put faith in, assumed, taken for granted, held, Believed, maintained, affirmed, credited, given faith, took for granted, Assented, concluded, supposed, presumed, understood, Judged, Deemed, accepted.
Mustered, assembled, Convened, Congregated, Met.
imagined, apprehended, Foreboded, envisioned, Envisaged, dreaded, anticipated, Contemplated, suspected, expected, Deduced, foreseen, awaited, Foreknown, Presupposed, foresaw, Inferred, Foreknew.
Intersected, focused, centered, Rallied, funneled, Converged.
run into, Greeted, Encountered, bumped into, welcomed, ran into, received, joined.
Befriended, Talked, attended, socialized, hob-nobbed, hosted, Conversed.
Monopolized, Got, Took, deprived.
folded, pleated, wrinkled, furrowed, Crimped, rippled, puckered, corrugated, creased, tucked.
Examples of usage:
– Queechy, Volume II by Elizabeth Wetherell
– The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
– The Testing of Diana Mallory by Mrs. Humphry Ward
– Dross by Henry Seton Merriman
– Rainbow's End by Rex Beach