come-on, agent, erudition, asset, expenditure, encyclopaedism, winning, penalty, profit, offering, learnedness, agency, inheritance, exercise, assimilation, big business, wares, feat, dividend, effort, consumer goods, encyclopedism, scholarship, eruditeness, benefaction, loss, advanced, loss leader, belonging, learning, benefit, science, affiliate, round-up, grant, accession, skill, goods, prize, anchor, the biz, donation, income, accomplishment, flashcard, do, retrieval, hothouse, product, obtainment, recovery, premium, accretion, procuring, booty, merchandise, gift, blue chip, proceeds, acquirement, achievement, fee, award, insight, education, exploratory, bundle, allowance, base, find, account, gathering
addition (part of speech: noun)
acquisition (part of speech: noun)
capture (part of speech: noun)
discovery (part of speech: noun)
disclosure, deduction, manifestation, identification, detection, breakthrough, recognition, exposure, revelation, solution, unmasking, unraveling, determination, espial, discovery, apocalypse, realization
possession (part of speech: noun)
- Fort de Seviere was none so strong that it could afford to look carelessly on the acquisition of five good men and hardy trappers, and, beside, somehow there was a pleasanter feeling to the warm spring air since they had arrived- a new sense of bustle and accomplishment. - "The Maid of the Whispering Hills", Vingie E. Roe.
- I must confess I regarded my new linguistic acquisition with much more complacency at the end of my first year than at the end of my fifth or sixth. - "Life and Work in Benares and Kumaon, 1839-1877", James Kennedy.
- Money is often, though not always, made that way; but, while Vane affected no contempt for it, in his case its acquisition was undoubtedly not the end. - "Vane of the Timberlands", Harold Bindloss.