verb (used with object), ac·cu·mu·lat·ed, ac·cu·mu·lat·ing.
verb (used without object), ac·cu·mu·lat·ed, ac·cu·mu·lat·ing.
Origin of accumulate
Examples from the Web for accumulated
In our digital world, all the accumulated knowledge of human history is available in the palm of our hands.
The crowd that accumulated to watch the squabble reportedly applauded and cheered as Bieber fled the scene.An Unlikely Hero Blooms in Ibiza: Orlando Bloom Sort of Punches Justin Bieber|Amy Zimmerman|July 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The raw numbers that he accumulated over his 19 years in that uniform—at least, the raw offensive numbers—are unarguably great.Why We Worship Derek Jeter (Even If He Kinda Sucks at Shortstop)|Robert Silverman|February 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Guardian reported in 2007 that he had accumulated $40 billion in hidden wealth.
Nonetheless, the accumulated costs of senseless mass shootings pile up, demanding our attention.
He closed the door noiselessly and seating himself at his desk, proceeded with slow deliberation to open his accumulated mail.Ann Arbor Tales|Karl Edwin Harriman
I have less even than that, because there are some debts that have accumulated and must be paid.The Bread Line|Albert Bigelow Paine
In short, he accumulated all the information he could by which the cost of logging might be estimated.The Blazed Trail|Stewart Edward White
He accumulated a large fortune and I believe left many descendants.As I Remember|Marian Gouverneur
I could not shake off that picture of her, sitting alone in that dreary rotunda of accumulated human knowledge.The Tower of Oblivion|Oliver Onions