accumulation, acquisition, addition, annexation, appropriation, assumption, collection, gain, procurement.
affectation, air, artificiality, charade, deceit, device, facade, fakery, falseness, forgery, fraud, front, gimmick, guise, imitation, impersonation, imposture, mannerism, ostentation, pretense, pretension.
affirmation, alibi, excuse, justification, loop-hole, plea, pretext, rationale, reason, red herring, smoke screen, stratagem, white lie.
accumulate, acquire, add, amass, annex, assume, bag, buy, capture, catch, collect, corner, fetch, garner, get, harvest, heap, incur, land, lure, net, obtain, palm, pocket, procure, purchase, reap, receive, retrieve, score, secure, take, win, wrangle.
accept, acknowledge, adjure, admit, affirm, approve, assert, assure, attest, aver, avouch, certify, contend, corroborate, declare, endorse, express, maintain, pledge, proclaim, profess, promise, pronounce, propound, ratify, set down, state, submit, support, sustain, testify, validate, verify, warrant.
apply, aspire, bid, compete, hope, petition, seek.
have, hold, monopolize, own, possess.
affect, bluff, counterfeit, cover, deceive, defraud, disguise, fake, falsify, forge, imitate, impersonate, masquerade, pose, pretend, show, stage.
Rhymes for Claim:
flame, blame, frame, fame, game, aim, proclaim, came, boehme, tame, reclaim, shame, same, exclaim, inflame, boehm, maim, dame, lame, name;
ballgame, defame, became, acclaim, aflame, declaim, disclaim;
Quotes for Claim:
Save for minor ailments and accident, my battalion is practically immune from sickness; colds come and go as a matter of course, sprains and cuts claim momentary attention, but otherwise the health of the battalion is perfect.
Why don't the names of Buddha, Mohammed, Confucius offend people? The reason is that these others didn't claim to be God, but Jesus did.
Businesses should no longer be allowed to depress wages by hiring illegal labor and then falsely claim that Americans don't want to do the jobs.
Idioms of Claim:
claim sth for sm or sth;
stake a/ your claim
claim the moral high ground;