amass

All Verb Noun
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  • His family had amassed a great deal of wealth from his medical practice.
  • During the second season she begins to amass some power and influence.
  • He amassed a following of fans in the local clubs until his death.
  • Her body in this form can also amass enough energy to destroy a city.
  • With the knowledge he gained from the book, he quickly amassed great wealth.
  • Over the last half-century, the group amassed many gold records.
  • His studio set-up at that time incorporated all of the equipment he had amassed so far.
  • In this way he succeeded in amassing great wealth within eight months. Cited from The Legends of the Jews by Louis Ginzberg Volume 1
  • He amassed a collection of animals to act as his living models.
  • I do not in the least care about their amassing correct information. Cited from The Altar Fire, by Arthur Christopher Benson
  • This may well demand almost as much labor as that required in amassing the evidence. Cited from Courts and Criminals, by Arthur Train
  • Such a group can easily amass millions of data products in just a few years.
  • It is prodigious how we want all the good news we can amass together! Cited from Letters of Horace Walpole, V2, Horace Walpole
  • The British then amassed troops at the scene which made another crossing impossible.
  • She then amassed two more wins in the same season, and finished third overall in season results.
  • He often went away to foreign lands to trade and amass wealth.
  • The company also has amassed a huge following because of its ability to ship quickly to just about any address.
  • He reportedly had great influence over the emperor and amassed a great deal of money.
  • I have learned at last that the only way to amass wealth is to work. Cited from As Farpas (Novembro a Dezembro 1882), by Ortigao & Queiroz
  • He had believed that in amassing a great fortune he would find satisfaction. Cited from The Enchanted Canyon, by Honore Willsie Morrow
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