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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Something owned; One's movable possessions;

Usage examples (32)
  • It is odd, not just our own connection with our belongings, but our belongings\ 'connections to us as well.'
  • But the loose on emotional belongings is uncountable.
  • The one time duty free permit to move your personal belongings is called a menaje de casa.
  • We're shuttling in between the two houses like ants, carrying our belongings from the old nest to the new one. for more
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