taken (part of speech: adjective)
confiscated, usurped, impounded, gotten, procured, captured, abducted, grabbed, caught, acquired, harvested, annexed, collected, amassed, nabbed, reaped, taken, appropriated, levied, gathered, commandeered
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)
- If the story of the way he was bagged becomes public property we shall be a laughing- stock, even if we get him out of his trouble. - "The Grell Mystery", Frank Froest.
- Before the end of the second week I killed four elephants, two of them with large tusks, while Saduko, who soon developed into a very fair shot, bagged another with the double- barrelled gun that I had promised him. - "Child of Storm", H. Rider Haggard.
- Despite the fact that the gold- rush had driven the game a hundred miles or more into the mountains, they had, within half that distance, bagged four moose in a narrow canyon. - "Smoke Bellew", Jack London.