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abandon to leave (someone or something) with no intention of returning or taking up possession again. [1/6 definitions]
accede to come into possession of an office, title, or the like (usu. fol. by "to"). [1/2 definitions]
accession the act of coming into possession of an office, title, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
apostrophe1 this mark used to show possession, as in "Susan's clothes," "children's shoes," and "citizens' rights". [1/3 definitions]
appendant in law, a subordinate possession or right that is attached to and transfers with a greater one. [1/4 definitions]
birthright a right, privilege, or possession, such as property, to which one is entitled by birth.
capture to gain complete control over or possession of. [1/6 definitions]
composure calmness of mind or manner; self-possession.
corral (informal) to get in one's possession; gather; capture. [1/4 definitions]
custody control and possession, esp. by police or other government agents. [1/3 definitions]
deflate to diminish (a person or a person's spirit, confidence, self-possession, or the like). [1/4 definitions]
deprive to take a possession or attribute away from; divest of. [1/2 definitions]
dispossess to put out of possession or occupancy, esp. of real property.
down1 a partial cash payment before taking possession. [1/21 definitions]
enjoyment the possession or use of something beneficial. [1/3 definitions]
freehold possession for life of some office or dignity. [1/2 definitions]
genitive of, relating to, or denoting a grammatical case that usu. indicates possession, source, or other such relationship. [1/3 definitions]
give away to surrender possession of or give as a gift. [1/4 definitions]
give one's eyeteeth to give one's most valued possession, as for something that one greatly desires.
grasp a grip on or possession of something. [1/9 definitions]
Greenland the largest island in the world, a self-governing possession of Denmark between Iceland and the northeastern coastal islands of Canada.