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property
Definition:
any area set aside for a particular purpose; " who owns this place?"; " the president was concerned about the property across from the White House"

Synonyms:

noun
acquisition
obtainment, addition, gain, Procuring, pursuits, acquirement, purchase, redemption, winning, procurement, possession, accretion, acquiring, gainings, learning, pursuit, recovery, prize, Gaining, achievement, buy, retrieval, procurations, property, attainment, Procuration, salvage.
acre
grounds, bit, manor.
acreage
holding, parcel, expanse, back forty, real estate.
air
demeanor, comportment, mannerism, semblance, affectation, deportment, mood, feel, address, atmosphere, manner, tone, feels, pose, look, feeling, impression, mien, bearing, presence, appearance, flavor, ambience, effect, aura.
atmosphere
environment, spirit, medium, sense, color, surroundings, place, taste, scene, background, air, space, local color, climate.
attribute
note, facet, characteristic, indication, Specialities, sign, point, particularity, speciality, symbol, quirk, aspect, property.
belongings
paraphernalia, personal property, gear, Accouterments, appurtenances, things, stuff.
capital
gold, nest egg, financing, cash, ira, business, investment, ways and means, wherewithal, money, finances, kitty, stake, treasure, fortune, interests, principal, savings, cd, funds, stock.
characteristic, feature
affection, idiosyncrasy, trait, attribute, quality, ability, hallmark, mark, peculiarity, virtue, character.
circumstances
way of life, worldly goods, income, financial status, dowry, situations, Dowries.
flavor
soupéon.
house
homestead.
land
acreage.
lands
holdings.
means
intangibles.
money
PESOS, silvers, peso, banknotes, almighty dollar, banknote.
ownership
Having, takeovers, takeover, proprietary rights, proprietorship, havings, possessorship.
piece of land
parcel.
place
longitude, hangout, longitudes.
possession
effects, land, wealth, empire, territory, acquisition, kingdom, possession, realm, worth, holding.
possessions
things, worldly goods.
possessions, real estate
goods, plot, effects, claim, belongings, land, dominion, house, substance, inheritance, title, Resources, realty, tract, means, holdings, proprietary, possessorship, acres, buildings, assets, chattels, freehold, farm, ownership, equity, home, riches, wealth, premises, proprietorship, estate, worth, acreage, capital.
property
ground, assets, legacy, dimension, goods, Resources, realty, belongings, ranch, stock, real estate, domain, farm, manor, prop, material possession, principal, title, attribute, inheritance, fixtures, holding, chattel, place.
real estate
real estate agent, real property, landed, surveyor, realtor, estate agent.
resource
quick-wittedness, quickwittedness.
resources
ace in hole, the goods, material goods.
savings
mattress full, gleanings, rainy day fund.
situation
quality, configuration, modality, situation, scene, environment, post, position, layout, station, style, disposition, circumstance, ambience, standing, site, formation, state, placement, mode, arrangement, condition, location, aspect, spot, status.
specialty
hallmark, feature, peculiarity, quirk, Discriminant, forte, definiteness, particularity, mark, difference, stamp, figure, individuality, idiosyncrasy, trait, specialization, keynote, way, specialty, mannerism, flavor, cachet, characteristic.
state of mind
temper.
wealth
affluence, capital, prosperity, income, net worth, profit, plenty, riches, asset, plenteousness, sufficiency, fortune, opulence, possessions, estate, prosperousness, landslide, means.
verb
means
savings.
Examples of usage:
  1. " I shouldn't like to have such property in my house, my dear," continued Mrs. Carbuncle. – The Eustace Diamonds by Anthony Trollope
  2. But she made up her mind, that she wouldn't be the property of any one; her life should be her own. – The Bark Covered House or, Back in the Woods Again by William Nowlin
  3. I only wanted my share of my brother's property. – John Marsh's Millions by Charles Klein Arthur Hornblow
  4. This house is the property of my husband. – At the Sign of the Jack O'Lantern by Myrtle Reed
  5. Is she likely to die and leave you her property? – The Great Miss Driver by Anthony Hope

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