Advertisement - Continue reading below

Definition of "garnering" []

  • Present participle of garner. (verb)
  • Action of the verb to garner (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "garnering" in a sentence
  • "Contrary to statements by President George W. Bush or Prime Minister Tony Blair, declassified records from both governments posted on the Web today reflect an early and focused push to prepare war plans and enlist allies regardless of conflicting intelligence about Iraq's threat and the evident difficulties in garnering global support."
  • "And again, in the matter of his ideas, which have been thrust upon him, and which he has been busily garnering from the great world ever since the day when his eyes first focussed and he drew, startled, against the warm breast of his mother — the tyranny of these he cannot shake off."
  • ""Titanic" had a lot of second-timers which is essential in garnering such revenue."