garner in

garner in

To harvest or gather something and store it in some place or thing. A noun or pronoun can be used between "garner" and "in." I spent my youth garnering in crops on my grandparents' farm.
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garner something in

 and garner something up
to take something in and store it; to harvest something in and store it. (Originally referred to grain stored in a granary.) Will they garner the crop in on time this year? They had garnered in the entire crop by late October.
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References in classic literature ?
At a certain season of the year, when the fruit of the hundred groves of the valley has reached its maturity, and hangs in golden spheres from every branch, the islanders assemble in harvest groups, and garner in the abundance which surrounds them.
John Garner murdered 45-year-old Teresa Garner in the bathroom of their house, leaving her with 16 separate head wounds.
Garner admitted killing Ms Garner in the bathroom of the house they shared at Llys Dewi in Penyfforddon on October 24, but he denied murder.
A grand jury declined to indict officer Daniel Pantaleo, who placed Garner in the chokehold, a maneuver banned by New York City police.
The protests intensified last week after another grand jury in New York cleared police officer Daniel Pantaleo who killed 43-year-old Eric garner in a chokehold.
One of the bullets that struck Garner in the chest pierced his heart.
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In addition to his historical account of the Garners, Weisenburger explores the stories, sermons, poems, and myths that proliferated about Garner in the 1850s.