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Synonyms for garner

to collect (something) bit by bit

to collect ripe crops

to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

Synonyms for garner

a storehouse for threshed grain or animal feed

acquire or deserve by one's efforts or actions

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store grain

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References in classic literature ?
They learned the ways of the fish and the shell-fish, and they invented hooks and lines, nets and fish-traps, and all the diverse cunning ways by which swimming meat can be garnered from the shifting, unstable sea.
In this way your corn-ears will bow to the ground with fullness if the Olympian himself gives a good result at the last, and you will sweep the cobwebs from your bins and you will be glad, I ween, as you take of your garnered substance.
And in the South Seas garnered a better vocabulary from the lexicon of Love," Percival was quick on the uptake.
She reached the top of the stairs just as her farmer came up, three at a jump, and reaped and garnered her, with nothing left for the gleaners.
And Assemblywoman Paula Boland garnered 35 percent of the vote to win the GOP nomination in the 21st state Senate District, besting a field of four with a 10-point lead over second-place Wilbert L.