Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of amass.

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Examples

  • The art collection Mr. Shorenstein amassed with his late wife, Phyllis, included Gustave Caillebotte 's cheery river view from 1882, "The Seine at Argenteuil."

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  • Wisconsin amassed 311 yards and a 17-0 lead in the first half, leaving little doubt that Alvarez would get to celebrate another big win.

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  • While all these folks may be really wealthy, in reality the wealth they have amassed is but a small percentage of the wealth and value that they created.

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  • What’s become of the money amassed is a completely different issue, however.

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  • Pushing these arguments is a juggernaut of consultants, the likes of which I've rarely seen amassed, which is saying something in Central Florida.

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  • Kaka amassed 193 appearances and 70 goals in his six years with the rossoneri and won 1 Scudetto, 1 Champions League, 1

    Italy

  • The idea that "political power" should be "amassed" by any one religious group in America's history is, by itself, a scary proposition.

    Michael Standaert: War and the Wayward

  • So the investment bank which employs 25,500 staff has "amassed" a bonus pool of £1. 7bn which equated to around £66k each on average.

    The Guardian World News

  • Levelling allegations against Mann, Khanna said Mann had "amassed" funds to promote the movement of "Khalistan" to disturb peace in Punjab.

    PunjabNewsline News

  • Certainly folk hereabouts seem to have "amassed" things, and to have known how to do so. "

    Through Russia

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