Another word for gather
To come together
assemble, meet, gather around, congregate, rally, crowd, throng, convene, collect, muster, unite, get together, flock together, hang around, flock in, pour in, associate, hold a reunion, reunite, forgather, resort, swarm, huddle, go into a huddle, rally around, group, converge, accumulate, cluster, concentrate, close, gang up*.
To bring together
gather is the general term for a bringing or coming together to gather scattered objects, people gathered at the corners; collect usually implies careful choice in gathering from various sources, a bringing into an orderly arrangement, etc. he collects coins; assemble applies especially to the gathering together of persons for some special purpose assemble the students in the auditorium; muster applies to a formal assembling, especially of troops for inspection, roll call, etc. See also syn. study at infer.
Another word for gatherverb
To collect (something) bit by bit:cull, extract, garner, glean, pick up. See collect
To bring together so as to increase in mass or number:accrue, accumulate, agglomerate, aggregate, amass, collect1, cumulate, garner, hive, pile up, roll up. See collect
To collect ripe crops:crop, garner, harvest, pick, reap. See collect
To bring together:assemble, call, cluster, collect1, congregate, convene, convoke, get together, group, muster, round up, summon. See collect
To come together:assemble, cluster, collect1, congregate, convene, forgather, get together, group, muster. See collect
To arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning:conclude, deduce, deduct, draw, infer, judge, understand. See reason