Definition of Garnered

1. Verb. (past of garner) ¹



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Definition of Garnered

1. garner [v] - See also: garner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garnered

garment cutter
garment industry
garment worker
garmented
garmenting
garmentless
garmentmaker
garmento
garmentos
garments
garmenture
garmentures
garn
garned
garner
garnered (current term)
garnering
garnerings
garners
garnet
garnet lac
garnetiferous
garnets
garni
garnierite
garnierites
garnish
garnished
garnishee
garnisheed

Literary usage of Garnered

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Life's Sunbeams and Shadows: Poems and Prose, with Appendix Including by John Cotter Pelton (1893)
"Alas, too late the spirit grieves, When night her shadows lengthens round, And we hear, alas, the mournful sound: " No garnered sheaves, nothing but leaves, ..."

2. Poems by Mrs. Edith Willis Linn (1892)
"garnered SHEAVES. DEAR Lord, I bring Thee all my sheaves garnered in by-gone years; Ripened by suns of joy and peace And watered by my tears. ..."

3. Kino's Historical Memoir of Pimería Alta: A Contemporary Account of the by Eusebio Francisco Kino (1919)
"OF THE GREAT FRUIT, SPIRITUAL AND TEMPORAL, WHICH AT SMALL COST TO HIS ROYAL MAJESTY (GOD PRESERVE HIM) CAN BE garnered AMONG THE SURROUNDING NATIONS OF ALL ..."

4. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1903)
"When the harvest is garnered it is no uncommon occurrence for them to indulge their pugnacious instinct by engaging in intertribal fights, and only at long ..."

5. Life's Sunbeams and Shadows: Poems and Prose, with Appendix Including by John Cotter Pelton (1893)
"Alas, too late the spirit grieves, When night her shadows lengthens round, And we hear, alas, the mournful sound: " No garnered sheaves, nothing but leaves, ..."

6. Poems by Mrs. Edith Willis Linn (1892)
"garnered SHEAVES. DEAR Lord, I bring Thee all my sheaves garnered in by-gone years; Ripened by suns of joy and peace And watered by my tears. ..."

7. Kino's Historical Memoir of Pimería Alta: A Contemporary Account of the by Eusebio Francisco Kino (1919)
"OF THE GREAT FRUIT, SPIRITUAL AND TEMPORAL, WHICH AT SMALL COST TO HIS ROYAL MAJESTY (GOD PRESERVE HIM) CAN BE garnered AMONG THE SURROUNDING NATIONS OF ALL ..."

8. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1903)
"When the harvest is garnered it is no uncommon occurrence for them to indulge their pugnacious instinct by engaging in intertribal fights, and only at long ..."

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