- to gather or deposit in or as if in a granary or other storage place.
- to get; acquire; earn: He gradually garnered a national reputation as a financial expert.
- to gather, collect, or hoard.
- a granary or grain bin.
- a store or supply of anything.
Origin of garner
Related Words for garneredamass, reap, cull, hoard, extract, glean, gather, hive, treasure, stockpile, deposit, assemble, cumulate, save, harvest, store, reserve
Examples from the Web for garnered
Contemporary Examples of garnered
For the last three decades, he has garnered justifiable praise as one of best pianists in jazz.The Best Albums of 2014
December 13, 2014
Aoki says she is surprised by how little attention the education emergency in West Africa has garnered.The Radio Battle to Educate Ebola’s Kids
December 11, 2014
She made the talk show circuit and wrote a book that garnered her a reported $4,000,000 advance.Amanda Knox: A Mother’s Obsession
November 26, 2014
Lebanon has often garnered an outsized level of international attention compared to its small size.Beirut Letter: In Lebanon, Fighting ISIS With Culture and Satire
September 22, 2014
Jauhar is clearly an intelligent doctor and writer who has garnered the attention of important decision-makers.Why Your Doctor Feels Like a 'Beaten Dog'
September 11, 2014
Historical Examples of garnered
Which is the wheat and which the tares, that must be garnered or sifted from our loves?The Truth About Woman
C. Gasquoine Hartley
He had placed his trust in the future, and now the whole harvest was garnered.Fruitfulness
The whole field of fact and fancy has been gleaned and garnered.
She had reaped and garnered in her blessed Sicilian harvest.The Call of the Blood
Robert Smythe Hichens
The wheat was all garnered, and the land ploughed for a new crop.Pages From an Old Volume of Life
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
- to gather or store in or as if in a granary
- an archaic word for granary
- archaic a place for storage or safekeeping
Word Origin for garner
- Erroll. 1921–77, US jazz pianist and composer, noted for the jazz standard 'Misty' (1954)
- Helen. born 1942. Australian novelist and journalist. Her books include the novels Monkey Grip (1977), The Idea of Perfection (2002), The Children's Bach (1984), and The Spare Room (2008), and the nonfiction The First Stone (1995)
late 12c., gerner, from Old French gernier, metathesized variant of grenier "storehouse, loft for grain," from Latin granarium "a store-house" (see granary).
late 15c., from garner (n.). Related: Garnered; garnering.