To heap up in a mass; to pile up; to collect or bring together; to amass. (verb)
To grow or increase in quantity or number; to increase greatly. (verb)
Collected; accumulated. (adjective)
Examples of word accumulate
The main thing I have realized, as the names accumulate, is the shockingly young age of some writers.
We can accumulate from a thoughts of others a small pleasing thoughts; nonetheless a suggestion stays bankrupt as good as empty.
The tendency of Capital to accumulate is a big threat to the free market.
In other words, gains from the rising value of the call options, given share price appreciation, will eclipse losses that accumulate from the short stance in TWX shares.
Whilst jogging along, three or four miles from camp, and calculating the probable sum total of dollars he should accumulate from the sales of furs he purposed taking from his traps that morning, his dog suddenly commenced barking at some invisible object which he supposed to be a squirrel, badger, or some other small animal, that had taken refuge in its burrow.