Middle English fromgarner, gernergranaryfrom Old French gernier, grenierfrom Latin grānāriumgranary
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle English gerner, from Old French gernier, variant of grenier, from Latingrānārium (“granary”)
Garner Sentence Examples
This style is sure to garner plenty of attention as it hooks around the neck, features a provocative, yet discreet keyhole at the center of the chest, and thanks in large part to its ribbed look, distinctly molds itself to the body.
Only the most dedicated growers will garner the highest accolades this year!
After all, your outfit shouldn't garner more attention than the bride.
Whether it's the first picture of a celebrity baby, a hot new couple or someone who's resurfaced after months in isolation or a stint in rehab, it's sure to create buzz and most importantly, sell magazines and garner hits for Web sites.