Synonyms and related words:
accession, accouterment, acquirement, acquisition, addition, armament, attainment, catering, chandlery, coming by, dragging down, earnings, endowment, equipment, finding, fitting out, furnishing, furnishment, gaining, getting, getting hold of, investment, logistics, making, moneygetting, moneygrubbing, moneymaking, obtainment, obtention, outfitting, preparation, procural, procurance, procuration, providing, provision, provisioning, purveyance, reinforcement, replenishment, resupply, retailing, securement, selling, subsidization, subsidy, subvention, supply, supplying, trover, victualing, winning

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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