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accept

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buy someone off

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Synonyms for buy

to acquire in exchange for money or something of equal value

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to give, offer, or promise a bribe to

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to regard (something) as true or real

something bought or capable of being bought

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something offered or bought at a low price

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an advantageous purchase

make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence

be worth or be capable of buying

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acquire by trade or sacrifice or exchange

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accept as true

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The customers come again and again, and buy quantities, in spite of being afraid of Ginger and Pickles.
He wouldn't look at a bargain that gave him ten, fifteen per cent profit, but holds back to buy a rouble's worth for twenty kopecks.
I wish to buy, if possible, the whole of the shares, and as many more as I can get brokers to sell.
I am a boy and I buy nothing from boys," said the little fellow with far more common sense than the Marionette.
He had not specially 'made up' as Darzac to buy the cane; he had come straight to Cassette's immediately after he had attacked Mademoiselle Stangerson.
I'll buy in to the extent of my money as a small partner in some other plantation.
I thought of another candidate--a book-reviewer whom I could name if I wanted to--but after thinking it over, I didn't buy him a clock.
The right kind of horses was hard to buy, and, as he put it, it was like pulling a tooth to get a farmer to part with one, despite the fact that he had been authorized to increase the buying sum by as much as fifty dollars.
If one o' the family chooses to buy 'em in, they can, but one thing must be bid for as well as another.
The unmanly chuckle always came, I found, when the poor lady dropped her babe, but the whole thing entranced him; he tried to keep his excitement down by taking huge draughts of water; he forgot all his niceties of conduct; he sat in holy rapture with the toy between his paws, took it to bed with him, ate it in the night, and searched for it so longingly next day that I had to go out and buy him the man with the scythe.
Ward Valley will jump so that it won't be feasible to buy after that.
To him it was a check for twenty-two dollars, that was all, and it would buy him something to eat.
Whenever you pay more than 10 cents a cake for soap you buy bad perfumes and labels.
I remembered, on the drunk on the Idler, how Scotty and the harpooner and myself had raked and scraped dimes and nickels with which to buy the whisky.
The money for which this milk will be sold, will buy at least three hundred eggs.