Synonym: amass, assemble, collect, compile, gather, increase, store up. Antonym: dissipate, waste. Similar words: emulate, stimulate, accurate, accurately, regulate, coagulate, speculate, calculate. Meaning: [ə'kjuːmjʊleɪt] v. 1. get or gather together 2. collect or gather.
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1. Households accumulate wealth across a broad spectrum of assets.
2. Dirt must not be allowed to accumulate.
3. As people accumulate more wealth, they tend to spend a greater proportion of their incomes.
4. Fat tends to accumulate around the hips and thighs.
5. Toxic chemicals tend to accumulate in the body.
6. We let the mending accumulate until Wednesday.
7. Debts began to accumulate.
8. How can I accumulate enough cash to get out of debt?
9. It was his ambition to accumulate a million dollars before he turned thirty.
10. Dust and dirt soon accumulate if a house is not cleaned regularly.
11. Lead can accumulate in the body until toxic levels are reached.
12. Moreover, with strictly asexual reproduction, mutations will inevitably accumulate.
13. The droppings accumulate in old pillows and mattresses.
14. The remaining oxygen atoms simply accumulate in the atmosphere.
15. But detritus is given no time to accumulate in tropical forests.
16. In that situation failure to accumulate in the face of rapidly rising real wage costs spells disaster.
17. Individual petty conflicts therefore easily accumulate to add to the differences already apparent between locals and newcomers in terms of background and life-styles.
18. It is unjust that a privileged few should continue to accumulate wealth.
19. Because of the slope of the roof, the snow cannot accumulate.
20. It can be dangerous to let too much soot accumulate inside a chimney.
21. An army of 1650 plows and 2000 workers will be out this afternoon as snow begins to accumulate.
22. Global warming occurs when carbon dioxide and some other gases, such as methane and nitrogen oxides, accumulate in the atmosphere.
23. Kirov assessed the scant information he had managed to accumulate over the last few weeks.
24. According to natural healing principles(http://sentencedict.com/accumulate.html), these toxins can lead to disease if they are allowed to accumulate in the body.
25. By 1938, the District achieved a balanced financial position and thereafter began to accumulate small credit balances.
26. The resulting shallow pits and pools, often extending over many hectares, accumulate salts and nutrients from year to year.
27. But, the discharge having occurred, it takes time for such another potential to accumulate.
28. Breeders of asexual plants must wait for the inventions to accumulate slowly within the same lineage.
29. In this hostile environment, there were few opportunities for townsmen to accumulate capital.
30. In essence, investors buy shares in companies, which in turn invest this cash and accumulate the interest generated.
More similar words: emulate, stimulate, accurate, accurately, regulate, coagulate, speculate, calculate, insulated, articulate, immaculate, manipulate, gesticulate, congratulate, formula, accuse, accuracy, the accused, accusation, acculturation, regulator, population, regulation, regulatory, calculation, tribulation, speculation, late, slate, later.