purchase

[ pur-chuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF purchase

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PURCHASE

I suspect that she was the means of influencing so large a purchase.

But she cannot surely be so mean as to purchase her peace with them at so dear a rate.

The purchase of official positions in the army was thus abolished.

He had made up his mind to put an end to the purchase of commissions in the army.

What precautions should be taken in the purchase of shell fish?

If he wanted to make a purchase he did not go to several stores for prices.

Purchase wealth by her safety and satisfy your revenge with a single victim.

The purchase of that which neither belongs to the seller, nor can belong to the buyer.

But after she had purchased all of youth which age can purchase for money, it would not do.

During the day I passed at Springfield I called at a gunsmith's to purchase a rifle.

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