- n sewing consisting of small folds or puckers made by pulling tight a thread in a line of stitching
- n the act of gathering something
- v assemble or get together
gather some stones
- v collect in one place
Let's gather in the dining room
- v collect or gather
- v conclude from evidence
I gather you have not done your homework
- v draw together into folds or puckers
- v get people together
gather the close family members
- v draw and bring closer
she gathered her shawl around her shoulders
- v look for (food) in nature
Our ancestors gathered nuts in the Fall
- v increase or develop
the car gathers speed
- The future does not belong to those who gather armies on a field of battle or bury missiles in the ground.
- Virginia Tech students, their families and friends gather on campus for a candlelight vigil.
- Delegates from more than 150 nations gather this week at the World Climate Conference in Geneva to craft a better global alert system for climate change.
- Barack Obama in CNN International
We gather because we have chosen hope over fear, unity of purpose over conflict and discord,Obama said.
- Osama bin Laden in Navhind Times
Some of you have been lax in one duty, which is to unite your ranks,bin Laden said in the audiotape. "Beware of division ...... Muslims are waiting for you to gather under a single banner to champion righteousness. Be keen to oblige with...
- Tom Izzo in Plain Dealer
There was a lot of information to gather and consider,Izzo said in officially turning down Dan Gilbert's offer. "And some of it wasn't easily obtainable."