acquired (part of speech: verb)
garnered, scored, assumed, landed, incurred, received, fetched, bought, purchased, accumulated, palmed, lured, obtained, added, wrangled, secured, pocketed, won, netted, cornered, claimed, retrieved, heaped
took (part of speech: verb)
taken (part of speech: adjective)
confiscated, usurped, impounded, gotten, procured, captured, abducted, grabbed, caught, acquired, harvested, appropriated, collected, annexed, nabbed, reaped, taken, bagged, levied, gathered, commandeered
- We can hardly doubt that he made free use of the material amassed by Pliny in his Bella Germaniae, and it is quite possible that he really used few other sources. - "Latin Literature", J. W. Mackail.
- By degrees he had likewise amassed a fortune of two or three hundred thousand crowns " in good dry gold;" but the only use he made of it was to buy presents for his fellow- savages, who, upon their return from the hunt, repaid him with usury in beaver- skins and peltries. - "Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast", Samuel Adams Drake.
- He was a prominent member of the Beaver Club, the members of which were all fur- traders who had amassed considerable wealth in their calling. - "McGill and its Story, 1821-1921", Cyrus Macmillan.