1. To get together; SYN. garner, collect, pull together.
2. To move together; SYN. congregate, collect.
3. To conclude from evidence.
4. To draw fabric together and sew it tightly; SYN. pucker, tuck.
To reap or gather, as any crop.
1. To select carefully from a group: SYN. choose, select, identify, take.
2. To look for and gather; SYN. pluck, cull.
3. To remove in small bits:
4. To provoke:
5. To attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example; SYN. break up.
6. To pilfer or rob:
1. To pull lightly but sharply with a plucking motion, as of guitar strings; SYN. plunk, pick.
2. To pull or pull out sharply; SYN. tweak, pull off, pick off.
3. To strip of feathers; as of chickens; SYN. pull, tear, deplume, deplumate, displume.
1. To scrape with a rasp.
2. To utter in a grating voice.
1. To gather, as of as crops; SYN. harvest, glean.
2. To get or derive; SYN. draw.