To accumulate something is to collect it over time. When you accumulate money, you save it up so that you can use it later.

  • He amassed a large amount of money by being smart with his investments.

  • She amassed a large amount of books over the years.

Definition of amassed


To collect into a mass or heap.


To gather a great quantity of; to accumulate.


Having been gathered or assembled in a large group.

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Example Sentences for amassed

  • 1

    In addition, he has amassed a large collection of historical ballpoint pens.

  • 2

    They amassed the evidence related to the crime.

  • 3

    He was ordered to amass the objects in array.

  • 4

    He had amassed a great fortune.

  • 5

    They amass informations all over the world.

  • 6

    They did not require the workers to amass the money.

  • 7

    In a long career, the scrupulous Lemercier amassed no fortune.

  • 8

    The mutants amass and prepare to wipe out the humans.

  • 9

    The object of the game is to amass 12 victory points.

  • 10

    This is not the place to amass the evidence on one side or the other.