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Procure (IPA: /pɹoʊkˈjʊɹ/)

Procure (v. t.)

To bring into possession; to cause to accrue to, or to come into possession of; to acquire or provide for one's self or for another; to gain; to get; to obtain by any means, as by purchase or loan.

Procure (v. t.)

To contrive; to bring about; to effect; to cause.

Procure (v. t.)

To solicit; to entreat.

Procure (v. t.)

To cause to come; to bring; to attract.

Procure (v. t.)

To obtain for illicit intercourse or prostitution.

Procure (v. i.)

To pimp.

Procure (v. i.)

To manage business for another in court.


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Procure Synonyms

Pander, Pimp

Procure Synonyms


Procure Rhymes

Bloor, Boor, Buhr, Cure, Duerr, Fluhr, Foor, Fuhr, Gloor, Jure, Luhr, Lure, Moor, Moore, Muhr, Muir, Poor, Poore, Pure, Ruhr, Schnoor, Schuur, Shure, Spoor, Stuhr, Suhr, Suhre, Suire, Sure, Tour, Ture, Uhr, Ur, You're, Your

Allure, Assure, Badour, Baldur, Bijur, Bonjour, Brochure, Couture, Damour, Demure, Detour, Dufour, Endure, Ensure, Gilmour, Gochnour, Impure, Insure, Inure, Jabbour, Lacour, Lancour, Latour, Lesure, Lumpur, Manure, Mature, Mosur, Obscure, Procure, Rednour, Secure, Segur, Stamour, Unsure

Amanpour, Beladur, Immature, Pimplapure, Premature, Reassure, Reinsure

Entrepreneur, Observateur

Spanish Translation

Procure in Spanish is Obtener

Tagalog Translation

Procure in Tagalog is Amot

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