Accum



.
Historical Examples

accum has preserved, in his now antique pages, some of the recipes in vogue in his day.
Curiosities of Civilization Andrew Wynter

An instance of this is related by accum, which goes directly to the point.
Curiosities of Civilization Andrew Wynter

The following table from accum, gives the rate of starch and component parts per cent.
The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom P. L. Simmonds

A treatise of the period, accum’s Lectures, is shown in his coat-pocket.
Rowlandson the Caricaturist. Second Volume Joseph Grego

Flour, according to that champion against adulteration, Mr. accum, varies in quality as much as any thing.
The Cook’s Oracle; and Housekeeper’s Manual William Kitchiner

accumulate

Tagged:

Read Also:

  • Accumbent

    reclining; recumbent: accumbent posture. Botany. lying against something. Historical Examples The cotyledons are accumbent when they lie with their edges against the radicle, 128. The Elements of Botany Asa Gray accumbent, ak-kumb′ent, adj. lying down or reclining on a couch. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various The radicle r is folded […]

  • Accumulate

    to gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; heap up: to accumulate wealth. to gather into a heap, mass, cover, etc.; form a steadily increasing quantity: Snow accumulated in the driveway. His debts kept on accumulating. Contemporary Examples Musketeer Oil heiress Eleanor Ritchey had a tendency to accumulate things. The World’s 12 Richest Dogs The […]



  • Accumulated

    to gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; heap up: to accumulate wealth. to gather into a heap, mass, cover, etc.; form a steadily increasing quantity: Snow accumulated in the driveway. His debts kept on accumulating. Contemporary Examples The crowd that accumulated to watch the squabble reportedly applauded and cheered as Bieber fled the scene. […]

  • Accumulating

    to gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; heap up: to accumulate wealth. to gather into a heap, mass, cover, etc.; form a steadily increasing quantity: Snow accumulated in the driveway. His debts kept on accumulating. Contemporary Examples If we have another, the debt we’re accumulating now will leave us in a worse position to […]



Disclaimer: Accum definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.