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Spell check of procure

Correct spelling: procure

indulge, make, harvest, net, land, insure, abduct, usurp, levy, appropriate, catch, gratify, incur, draw, bring in, palm, reach, monopolize, retrieve, score, carry, claim, grasp, capture, assume, guarantee, stop up, attain, ensure, pull down, come by, commandeer, fix, fetch, wrangle, accomplish, garner, acquire, plug, deprive, purchase, impound, assure, fasten, grab, pocket, secure, lure, get, buy, corner, achieve, reap, take, win, confiscate, annex, accumulate, obtain, master, receive, arrive at, batten down, bag, realize, heap, amass, add, compass, collect, batten, gather, gain, earn, nab, knock down, pick up, pander.

relinquish, surrender, forfeit, accord, let go, miss, abandon, pay, give up, part, hand over, lose, grant, give, yield, fail.

Examples of usage:

1) Thus he has left her without a single penny of their common property to procure for herself the necessaries of life. - "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity", Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

2) He is stating his case to an imaginary king- Protus- his patron and friend; whose convictions are much the same as his own, but who thinks him in some degree removed from the common lot: since his achievements in philosophy and in art must procure him not only a more perfect existence, but in one sense a more lasting one. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

3) I detained Caroline Spencer as, after looking a moment in silence at the little table, she was turning away to procure this missing delicacy. - "Four Meetings", Henry James.