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Synonym of Gaining (verb)

secure obtain attain have build up make pick up grow increase score boost achieve get reach produce promote reap realize expand improve advance earn collect benefit ameliorate parlay perfect capture accomplish profit glean enlarge progress net complete annex procure overtake harvest land augment clear gather enlist succeed consummate fulfill bring in rack up make a killing move forward win over

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On gaining the pine grove, a council was held to devise what was the most prudent step to take.

The inner office was locked, but he had no difficulty in gaining admission.

Yet, after all the studies of the past decade, the old belief that pellagra is essentially of dietary origin is gaining ground.

It was evident, however, that the boat was gaining on her, and the men redoubled their efforts.

She was gaining the victory again, and he changed his tactics.

A moment of this endeavor only showed me that my pursuer was gaining.

In practice she still maintained something of maternal authority, often gaining her point by merely seeming offended.

But he succeeded in gaining the roof without creating an alarm.

His special delight was in the military life, and he seemed led by a strong and empty desire of gaining for himself a great name.

The court had neglected no means of gaining so active and able a divine.

Word Origin & History of - Gaining

Word Origin & History of Gaining

Word Origin & History

gain late 15c. (n.), 1520s (v.), from M.Fr. gain, from O.Fr. gaaigne, from gaaignier "to gain," also "cultivate land," from Frank. *waidanjan "hunt, forage," also "graze, pasture," from P.Gmc. *wartho "hunting ground" (cf. Ger. weide "pasture, pasturage," O.N. veiðr "hunting"), from PIE *wei "to strive after." The original O.Fr. sense enfolded the notions of "profit from agriculture" and "booty, prey." Related: Gained; gaining.

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