Amasses [verb]

Definition of Amasses:

gather, accumulate

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Sentence/Example of Amasses:

The former amasses the capital which the latter invests, and the stranger as well as the native is unacquainted with want.

In twenty years, he amasses fifty thousand dollars, invests it, and settles it on his family.

Where a government amasses treasure, it will have squeezed from the circulation so much money as it will have amassed.

Avarice includes some idea of a storekeeping commerce that amasses by buying for one dollar and selling for two.

It amasses and then disperses, it accumulates and then sows, it devours and then creates.

He marries, and has sons and daughters, and he amasses property in the place where his greatest honours have come to him.

The father amasses wealth, the son spends it, the grandson is a beggar.

Here, too, Balzac amasses in his opening picture the reserve of effect that he needs.

She loved them, she reveled in them, she dreamed of them, just as a collector of curios gloats over the treasures he amasses.

It is seldom a man amasses a very great fortune without depriving other people of their rights.