An extensive residence
holdings, land, property, manor, grounds, domain, farm, rural seat, country place, country home, plantation, ranch, hacienda, freehold, territory, fields, realty.
Possessions left at one's death
property, bequest, inheritance, fortune, endowment, wealth, legacy, heritage, patrimony, belongings, possessions, chattels, effects, earthly possessions, personal property, private property.
the press, mass media, journalists; see journalism, press 2, radio 1, television.
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Usually extensive real estate:
Something, as land and assets, legally possessed:
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