What is another word for amass?

3676 synonyms found


[ ɐmˈas], [ ɐmˈas], [ ɐ_m_ˈa_s]

Amass is a word often used to describe the accumulation of something in large quantities or numbers. Its synonyms include "gather," "collect," "accumulate," "heap," "stockpile" and "hoard." These words all describe the process of bringing together a large amount of something, whether it be physical objects or a more abstract concept like money or power. Other synonyms for amass include "acquire," "procure," "marshal" and "assemble," which indicate a more intentional effort to gather specific resources or information. These words can all be used interchangeably with amass, depending on the context and the emphasis of the writer or speaker.

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What are the opposite words for amass?

Amass, meaning to gather or collect, has several antonyms that involve dispersal, depletion, or reduction. The first antonym is scatter, which means to distribute, disperse, or spread out. Another antonym is disperse, which means to scatter widely or to cause something to break up and scatter. Reduce is another word that connotes opposition to amassing, meaning to lessen or bring down the quantity or size of something. Exhaust, drain, and deplete also stand as antonyms to amass, indicating a decrease or a depletion of something collectible. These words capture the opposite meaning of gathering or accumulating and suggest the dispersion or loss of material over time.

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Usage examples for Amass

I am far from hating London, but I could not reconcile myself to spend my life there; no, not even to amass millions; my reasons I will tell you when we meet.
J. Cuthbert Hadden
Three or four only he retained alive, then sent one of these, the Sire de Helly, back to his France with parole d'honneur to return-to amass, first, as big a ransom as could be raised; this, if in the Turk's demanding eyes it appeared sufficient, he would accept in exchange for the remaining unhappy nobles.
"The Tapestry Book"
Helen Churchill Candee
The second class cannot be denied to possess real merit; but the palm belongs to the third, which, unfortunately, are seldom found, and whose authors deserve the large fortunes they amass.
"The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons"
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt

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