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(past & past part. cumulated; pres. part. cumulating)
Collect or gather.  Synonyms: accumulate, amass, conglomerate, gather, pile up.  "The work keeps piling up"

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"Cumulate" Quotes from Famous Books

... seemed trivial to the true Darwinian, and to Sir Charles it was mere defect in the geological record. Sir Charles labored only to heap up the evidences of evolution; to cumulate them till the mass became irresistible. With that purpose, Adams gladly studied and tried to help Sir Charles, but, behind the lesson of the day, he was conscious that, in geology as in theology, he could prove only Evolution that did not evolve; Uniformity that ...
— The Education of Henry Adams • Henry Adams

Words linked to "Cumulate" :   amass, drift, cumulus, accrete, conglomerate, cumulative, accumulate, gather, cumulation, increase, pile up, backlog

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