Origin of ingathering
[in-gath-er, in-gath -er]
- to gather or bring in, as a harvest.
- to collect; assemble.
Origin of ingather
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Examples from the Web for ingathering
How, again, about the feast of trumpets, and that of the ingathering at full harvest?The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Leviticus
S H Kellogg
It is well—it is well—this home-festival of the ingathering.The Hearth-Stone
From that day and hour it was clear that there was not to be so successful an ingathering after all.The Mayor of Casterbridge
The ingathering of the Jews to the Church: in what manner, and when.Emilie the Peacemaker
Mrs. Thomas Geldart
The arrangement of my little jewel-heap was more difficult, if less laborious, than the ingathering.Gems (?) of German Thought
- (tr) to gather together or in (a harvest)
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