Definition of possession:
hands, possessor, personalty, abuse, self-discipline, plunder, colony, pigheadedness, suppress, effect, ownership, stubbornness, proprietorship, seize, movable, proprietor, enjoyment, self-denial, exorcism, habitation, community property, holdings, cursed, delivery, corner, province, storm, will power, mastery, crack den, good, control, exorcise, willpower, things, belonging, bust, self-possession, law, valuables, proprietorial, self-will, personal property, owned, keeping, lares and penates, appurtenance, crackhouse, monomania, addiction, annex, occupation, dependency, duds, bullheadedness, besiege, cold turkey, accursed, self-control, self-command, something has someone's name on it, bearer, owner, settlement, dribble, obstinance, dominion, residency, personal effects, hold, conquer, cross, clean, subjugate, chattels, occupy, demon, blast, thing, subdue, backhand, paraphernalia, invade, movables, stuff, demonic, ball, obstinacy, politics, personal, gear, possessed, dependence, asset, catch, chip, fixed asset, holder, comedown, dive.
- possession (part of speech: noun)
- property (part of speech: noun)
- "Valerie", Frederick Marryat.
- "Janet's Love and Service", Margaret M Robertson.
- "The Merriweather Girls and the Mystery of the Queen's Fan", Lizette M. Edholm.