regather

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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

regather


Past participle: regathered
Gerund: regathering

Imperative
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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
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
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.
He describes Advent as God's time of preparation, when God calls us to the wilderness, where God regathers and reshapes us for nothing less than God dwelling among us.
For global justice to become a reality, we will really have to change, corporately and individually, and change is only really possible with the strength of a loving God who intrudes into our lives and thereby regathers and reconstitutes us into a community that turns fear into love, anger into hope, bigotry into respect and rejection into glory.