verb (used with object)
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OTHER WORDS FROM garnerun·gar·nered, adjective
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The company has yet to invest in producing original shows for the FAST channels, in part, because its legacy shows may be new to people tuning into the FAST channels but also because “the economics need to make sense,” Garner said.How A+E Networks is building a portfolio of free 24/7 streaming channels|Tim Peterson|September 28, 2020|Digiday
For the last three decades, he has garnered justifiable praise as one of best pianists in jazz.
Aoki says she is surprised by how little attention the education emergency in West Africa has garnered.
She made the talk show circuit and wrote a book that garnered her a reported $4,000,000 advance.
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|Kim Ghattas|September 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Jauhar is clearly an intelligent doctor and writer who has garnered the attention of important decision-makers.
Fruits of all kinds are ripe, harvests are garnered, bread is less dear; the sense of plenty makes the country people happy.The Lily of the Valley|Honore de Balzac
In five years Tony had garnered a million or two of well-earned dollars, and then she sold out and retired from business.Mary Louise Solves a Mystery|L. Frank Baum
Oh, it was spring in this loveliest of regions, in this climate of garnered delights!The Story of Old Fort Loudon|Charles Egbert Craddock
Mr. Kellogg's name became familiar in every rural newspaper office in the land, and he garnered a fine fortune as his reward.Baraboo, Dells, and Devil's Lake Region|H. E. Cole
But he is in danger of utterly losing the fruits that only by the inner, the original, and true self can be garnered.Once Aboard The Lugger|Arthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson