Foretvert could then regather his men and resume the contest.
And now her senses began feebly to regather within truer limits and to tell her she was lying on the rooty ground of a thicket.
He dared not stop now, lest he be too late in reaching land or wholly unable to regather his force.
He drew a quick breath and stood for a moment, struggling to regather around him the poor tattered cloak of reserve.
Old English gadrian, gædrian "unite, agree, assemble; gather, collect, store up," used of flowers, thoughts, persons; from Proto-Germanic *gadurojan "bring together, unite" (cf. Old English gæd "fellowship, companionship," gædeling "companion;" Middle Low German gadderen; Old Frisian gaderia; Dutch gaderen "to gather," gade "spouse;" German Gatte "husband;" Gothic gadiliggs), from PIE *ghedh- "to unite, join" (see good (adj.). Change of spelling from -d- to -th- is 1500s, reflecting earlier change in pronunciation. Related: Gathered; gathering.