Word of the Day – Nov. 11 – Cumulate

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Verb: Cumulate (KYOO-myuh-layt)

Definition:

1. To gather or pile or become gathered or piled in a heap.

2. a: To combine into one.
b: To increase gradually in quantity or number.

3. To build up by addition of new material.

Sample sentence: I am not sure how it happens, but shoes seem to cumulate in the bottom of my closet to the point where the door won’t close.

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