The state of having, owning, or controlling something
are you in possession of any items over $500 in value?
he had taken possession of one of the sofas
the book came into my possession
Visible power or control over something, as distinct from lawful ownership; holding or occupancy
both teams attempting to gain possession of the ball
they were imprisoned for possession of explosives
The state of possessing an illegal drug
they're charged with possession
(in football, basketball, and other ball games) Temporary control of the ball by a particular player or team
the ball hit a defender and Brown's quick reaction put him in possession
An item of property; something belonging to one
I was alone with no money or possessions
that photograph was Bert's most precious possession
A territory or country controlled or governed by another
France's former colonial possessions
The state of being controlled by a demon or spirit
they prayed for protection against demonic possession
The state of being completely under the influence of an idea or emotion
fear took possession of my soul
the act of having and controlling property
anything owned or possessed
being controlled by passion or the supernatural
monomania: a mania restricted to one thing or idea
a territory that is controlled by a ruling state
self-control: the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior
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Something that is owned; Ownership; taking, holding, keeping something as one's own; A territory under the rule of another country; The condition or affliction of being possessed by a demon or other supernatural entity; Control of the ball; the opportunity to be on the offensive; A syntactic ...
(possess) To have; to have ownership of; To take control of someone's body or mind, especially in a supernatural manner; To vest ownership in (someone) with ownership
U.S. possessions are the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, Swain’s Island, Howland Island, Baker Island, Jarvis Island, Midway Islands (this consists of Sand Island and Eastern Island), Kingman Reef, Johnston Atoll, Navassa Island, Swan Island, Wake Island, and Palmyra Island.
(POSSESSIONS) the items or belongings a person owns.
(Possessions) U.S. held (foreign) territories for which postage stamps were issued. These include the Canal Zone, Cuba, the Danish West Indies, Guam, Hawaii, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, and the Ryukyu Islands.
(Possessions) United Arab Emirates, United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Germany, Switzerland, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Singapore and Australia,
certain possessions, most notably waterbeds, may be prohibited outright or unless the renter pays an additional security deposit or maintains adequate insurance.
(Possess) To knowingly exercise physical control over an object. Knowledge should be conclusively presumed when an object is found on an offender's person, his clothing, or in plain view. ...
(possess) (v) biylеrgе, iеlеrgе
(possess) To take over the spirit of another, either a living person or their earthbound spirit. Dark sprits gain power by convincing others to let them take over their spirits by doing horrible acts of their own free will. (cf. inhabit, oppress, spectral displacement, threading)
(pos·sess) [ pə zéss ] (past and past participle pos·sessed, present participle pos·sess·ing, 3rd person present singular pos·sess·es)
(possessed) (< Latin pos-, able + sedere, to sit) 1. owned. 2. contolled by an emotion; crazed; mad. 3. the state of a physical body while it is occupied, dominated or controlled by a discarnate entity or entities other than the original resident soul.
(possessed) adj. spurred or moved by a strong feeling, madness, or a supernatural power