verb (used with object), pro·cured, pro·cur·ing.
verb (used without object), pro·cured, pro·cur·ing.
Origin of procure
SYNONYMS FOR procure
Related formspro·cure·ment, nounself-pro·cured, adjectiveself-pro·cur·ing, adjectiveun·pro·cured, adjective
Can be confusedprocuration procurement
Examples from the Web for procuring
Quality drugs and medical supplies are always in short supply and procuring them is a major source of corruption.In Sierra Leone, the Plague Is Closing in Around Us|Ned Eustace|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A sum was also set apart for procuring plans and publications for the improvement of school architecture.Egerton Ryerson and Education in Upper Canada|J. Harold Putnam
They might never again have such an opportunity of procuring that for which they had endured all this suffering.The Boy Hunters|Captain Mayne Reid
Doubtless the splendour that attached to the name he bore assisted him in procuring early recognition of his own great powers.Great Astronomers|R. S. Ball
While procuring their outfit Dave had invested in a pocket lantern, and this he now brought forth and lit.Dave Porter in the Far North|Edward Stratemeyer
At the time of her arrest she was procuring subscriptions for a new volume descriptive of her pretended Adventures.