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used in Interview with the Vampire

4 uses
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obtain (come into the possession of something)
  • And so he could acquire cash at any moment and I could invest it.
    Part 1 (23% in)
  • But this had never given him the life he wanted, and so for that he had ushered me into the preternatural world that he might acquire an investor and manager for whom these skills of mortal life became most valuable in this life after.
    Part 1 (23% in)
  • It was only about seventeen ninety-five, Lestat and I having lived there for four years in relative quiet, I investing the money which he acquired, increasing our lands, purchasing apartments and town houses in New Orleans which I rented, the work of the plantation itself producing little .... more a cover for us than an investment.
    Part 1 (30% in)
  • She had a marvelous pack of playing cards, acquired from a lady on board; the picture cards were in the fashion of Marie Antoinette, and the backs of the cards bore gold fleurs-de-lis on gleaming violet.
    Part 2 (7% in)

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