Self-procured



verb (used with object), procured, procuring.
1.
to obtain or get by care, effort, or the use of special means:
to procure evidence.
2.
to bring about, especially by unscrupulous and indirect means:
to procure secret documents.
3.
to obtain (a person) for the purpose of prostitution.
verb (used without object), procured, procuring.
4.
to act as a procurer or pimp.
verb
1.
(transitive) to obtain or acquire; secure
2.
to obtain (women or girls) to act as prostitutes

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