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Correct spelling:
Of to take.
took (verb)
annexed, captured, usurped, gathered, acquired, levied, commandeered, reaped, amassed, got, impounded, harvested, collected, monopolized, nabbed, procured, appropriated, taken, grabbed, bagged, caught, confiscated, deprived, abducted.
acquired (verb)
scored, purchased, bagged, bought, added, heaped, caught, retrieved, captured, gotten, landed, harvested, fetched, taken, claimed, secured, pocketed, procured, incurred, won, palmed, received, acquired, annexed, wrangled, lured, netted, garnered, obtained, assumed, accumulated, reaped, amassed, got, collected, cornered.
captured (verb)
seized, secured, gotten, arrested, apprehended, gained, snared, snatched, caught, obtained, won, abducted, captured, achieved, taken, got, collared, occupied.
received (verb)
received, swallowed, devoured, accessed, ingested, gulped, pocketed, acquired, ate, gobbled, admitted, eaten, inspired, absorbed, assimilated, accepted, taken, inhaled, got, engorged.
Examples of usage:
  1. Every one might say that he took them himself, don't you see?" - "From the Housetops", George Barr McCutcheon.
  2. Then she took them away, and said: " But I can't be sure. - "April Hopes", William Dean Howells Last Updated: February 27, 2009.
  3. I took you for the wife of one when you came in, at first. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.

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