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  • He also described what use he intended to make of the information he had accumulated.
  • To win a game, a player must accumulate more points than any other player.
  • Nearly half the population was free before the war, and some had accumulated property.
  • The results and points accumulated over two seasons were taken into account.
  • When the player accumulates enough experience points, their character will advance to the next level.
  • The club has accumulated more top-flight wins than any other English team.
  • The team that goes must accumulate more than half of the points for that hand.
  • Accumulating snow has been known to fall as late as early June here.
  • In the case of the two-player team, each player won whatever money the team accumulated.
  • His explanation is based on small accumulated changes that take place without a final goal.
  • The center is well known for accumulating nine different awards from different organizations.
  • Play continues over several hands, with the goal of accumulating as much money as possible.
  • A large collection of books was accumulated in the palace by her efforts.
  • The object is to accumulate as many points as possible before the clock runs out.
  • Closed economy countries can increase its wealth only by accumulating new capital.
  • The goal is to reach the highest possible floor and accumulate the greatest number of points.
  • Snow can fall to lake level but it is rare when it accumulates.
  • His work led to the Society accumulating the largest independent library outside of London.
  • He turned that accumulated economic capital to the uses of power.
  • New knowledge of the earth's surface has been accumulating ever since and continues to this day.
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Words starting with accumulate

Meaning of accumulate

  • verb Collect or gather
    Journals are accumulating in my office, The work keeps piling up