regather

regather

(riːˈɡæðə)
vb
1. (tr) to gather or bring back together again
2. (tr) to prepare oneself to continue doing something difficult
3. (intr) to come together again; meet up again
4. (Knitting & Sewing) (tr) sewing obsolete to gather (the fabric of a garment) again
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regather


Past participle: regathered
Gerund: regathering

Imperative
regather
regather
Present
I regather
you regather
he/she/it regathers
we regather
you regather
they regather
Preterite
I regathered
you regathered
he/she/it regathered
we regathered
you regathered
they regathered
Present Continuous
I am regathering
you are regathering
he/she/it is regathering
we are regathering
you are regathering
they are regathering
Present Perfect
I have regathered
you have regathered
he/she/it has regathered
we have regathered
you have regathered
they have regathered
Past Continuous
I was regathering
you were regathering
he/she/it was regathering
we were regathering
you were regathering
they were regathering
Past Perfect
I had regathered
you had regathered
he/she/it had regathered
we had regathered
you had regathered
they had regathered
Future
I will regather
you will regather
he/she/it will regather
we will regather
you will regather
they will regather
Future Perfect
I will have regathered
you will have regathered
he/she/it will have regathered
we will have regathered
you will have regathered
they will have regathered
Future Continuous
I will be regathering
you will be regathering
he/she/it will be regathering
we will be regathering
you will be regathering
they will be regathering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been regathering
you have been regathering
he/she/it has been regathering
we have been regathering
you have been regathering
they have been regathering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been regathering
you will have been regathering
he/she/it will have been regathering
we will have been regathering
you will have been regathering
they will have been regathering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been regathering
you had been regathering
he/she/it had been regathering
we had been regathering
you had been regathering
they had been regathering
Conditional
I would regather
you would regather
he/she/it would regather
we would regather
you would regather
they would regather
Past Conditional
I would have regathered
you would have regathered
he/she/it would have regathered
we would have regathered
you would have regathered
they would have regathered
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Amid frequent and thoughtful endeavors to remember; amid earnest struggles to regather some token of the state of seeming nothingness into which my soul had lapsed, there have been moments when I have dreamed of success; there have been brief, very brief periods when I have conjured up remembrances which the lucid reason of a later epoch assures me could have had reference only to that condition of seeming unconsciousness.
And as he regathered his forces, Tarzan reached Taug's side, and then clambering higher up to the point where the end of the grass rope was made fast, he unloosed it and lowered the ape slowly downward, swinging him in until the clutching hands fastened upon a limb.
Jan said that commemorating 14 August should not be a mere activity but we should do soul searching on the day and regather our thoughts to contribute towards its prosperity and remove the lapses were are committing in meeting the same.
We feel we have been abandoned for so long, please regather us as your children.
He reiterated Australia's ground mission will involve "advising and assisting the Iraqi armed forces as they regroup and regather and, hopefully, are able to retake control of their country." He said it is no longer a question of when.
She urged the victims "to come in and get treated" so they can regather their health and continue to be part of the community and national development.
But that was snatched away from them in the dying moments of the game, as a quick break to relieve huge amounts of pressure on the Nant line, saw ap Myrddin kick ahead, regather and dive over to secure the win.
Again, they were on the attack but coughed up possession and when Glasgow booted the ball upfield no-one in the Blues defence was able to regather.
The Highlanders went further ahead when Bowden scored a spectacular solo try off a chip and regather from just outside his own quarter before the Brumbies began to turn the screws.
Or will the global economy regather itself and start building the momentum necessary to sustain long-term growth?
TAMPA BAY ONLINE, the Tampa Tribune's online service over Prodigy, became a focal point for those seeking up-to-the-minute information on Hurricane Erin, which recently crossed Florida only to regather its strength in the Gulf and strike the state's panhandle.
They would gather and regather at the feet of the Old Executive Office Building staircases, huddling together in impromptu meetings by the men's-room door or on their way out at night.