Acquest

Ac·quest' noun [ Old French aquest , French acquêt , from Late Latin acquestum , acquisītum , for Latin acquisītum , past participle (used substantively) of acquirere to acquire. See Acquire .] 1. Acquisition; the thing gained....
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Acquest

• (n.) Acquisition; the thing gained. • (n.) Property acquired by purchase, gift, or otherwise than by inheritance.
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acquest

object which is acquired
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