I noun accumulation, acervus, aggregation, amassment, cache, collection, copia, cumulation, fund, heap, mass, repository, reserves, riches, saving, stack, stock, stockpile, store, supply, treasure II verb accrue, accumulate, acquire, agglomerate, aggregate, aggroup, amalgamate, amass, augment, bank, batch together, bring together, build up, bunch, cache, cluster, coacervare, collect, conligere, conquirere, cumulate, deposit, draw together, garner, garner up, gather for oneself, gather in, gather up, get together, group, hang on to, have in store, heap, hide, hide away, hive, hold back, husband, husband one's resources, keep, keep back, keep in reserve, lay by, lay in store, lay up, load up, lump together, pack away, pile, pile up, preserve, provide, put aside, reposit, reserve, retain, save up, set apart, set aside, set by, stock up, stockpile, store, store secretly, store up, stow, stow away, treasure up, withhold III index accumulate (amass), collection (accumulation), fund (noun), fund (verb), garner, preserve, provision (something provided), reserve, save (hold back), selection (collection), stock (store), store (depository), store, sufficiency

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

To acquire and keep goods or money beyond what is needed, often done in times of scarcity.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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