Possesses [verb]

Definition of Possesses:

have or obtain

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Sentence/Example of Possesses:

All these are manifestly characteristics of Hamlet, and Posthumus possesses no others.

It is only when one has lost all things, that one knows that one possesses it.

He too possesses those weapons, but he cannot use them with so great effect.

Moreover, can you call a nation poor, when it possesses Lombardy?

The United States of Colombia possesses less than 250 miles of road.

But he is high-minded, and possesses much intelligence and cultivation.

When I say that the nation possesses it, I mean that London possesses it.

It possesses a high degree of durability if properly constructed.

I have not told you, cousin, of a very singular gift which he possesses.

Has he not told you himself that every gift he possesses is but an emanation of his selfishness?