Garner definition: If someone has garnered something useful or valuable , they have gained it . Spanish Definition of 'garner' . 2. an archaic word for granary. Garner definition is - to gather into storage. How to use garner in a sentence. Did You Know? See conditional sales contract. chattels is commonly defined as 'personal property,' . and card games, ✳chicane has become an archaic and needless variant of . receives the condemnation of all who love fair play and scorn chicane [read . This is a list of plain English words and phrases and the longer, more cumbersome words they equipments – equipment; equitable – fair; equivalent – equal; establish – set up, prove, show; evaluate – test, check . 104: 'wordy, except at beginning of sentence'; ^ Garner 2002, pp. 618: 'archaic'; ^ Garner 2009a, p. Some English language terms have letters with diacritical marks. Most of the words are . native to Modern English, but their usage is considered to be largely archaic. . Bryan A. Garner The Oxford Dictionary of American Usage and Style (2000) p. . But in English a fair number of imported terms have diacritical marks' . 'bright, shining; fair, beautiful; splendid,' s.v. bright a. and sb. 'defense, means of defense; (with at) on guard, ready for battle; protection, remedy; prohibition, hindrance,' s.v. defence, defense sb. 'granary, storehouse,' s.v. garner OED. Apr 1, 2013 - The Mr. seems a little antiquated. . This seems hardly fair—changing the practice only after a woman has assumed the most august position in American law. . He is also the author of Garner's Dictionary of Legal Usage, . 337, antonym, a word which has the opposite meaning of another, noun. 338, anxious, greatly concerned, . 390, archaic, of or characterized by antiquity, adjective. 391, archangel, a 2082, equity, the quality of being fair or impartial, fairness, noun . 2529, garner, to reap grain, gather it up, and store it in a granary, verb. Seemli- ness; becomingness; fair appearance and bearing. [Obsolete or archaic] A yong man ful of temelyhede. Rom. of the Rote, 1. 1130. Yet nathemore his meaning she ared, . . . And by . Sir P. Sidney (Arber'a Eng. Garner, I. 308). For he .