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Another word for property

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Noun
  1. One's portable property

    See also:

    owned

  2. Something, as land and assets, legally possessed

      1. The act or fact of possessing.
      2. The state of being possessed:
      3. Something owned or possessed:
      1. Land rented or leased from another.
      2. Legally owned property, such as land, capital, or stocks.
      3. The collection of books and other reading materials at a library.
      1. A landed property, usually of considerable size.
      2. One's property, both real and personal, vested and contingent, especially as disposed of in a will.
      3. The nature and extent of an owner's rights with respect to land or other property.
    See also:

    owned

    law

  3. Usually extensive real estate

      1. The solid ground of the earth.
      2. Ground or soil:
      3. A topographically or functionally distinct tract:
      1. A landed property, usually of considerable size.
      2. One's property, both real and personal, vested and contingent, especially as disposed of in a will.
      3. The nature and extent of an owner's rights with respect to land or other property.
      1. A unit of area in the US Customary System, used in land and sea floor measurement and equal to 160 square rods, 4,840 square yards, or 43,560 square feet.
      2. Property in the form of land; estate.
      3. A field or plot of arable land.
    See also:

    owned

  4. A distinctive element

      1. A distinguishing feature, as of a person's character.
      2. A genetically determined characteristic or condition:
      3. A short line or mark made with a writing or drawing implement.
      1. A specific taste or smell:
      2. The quality of something that is perceived as taste or smell:
      3. A distinctive quality or characteristic:
      1. An inherent or distinguishing characteristic; a property:
      2. A personal trait, especially a character trait:
      3. Essential character; nature:
      1. The quality or state of being peculiar.
      2. A notable or distinctive feature or characteristic.
      3. An eccentricity; an idiosyncrasy.
      1. A visible trace or impression, such as a line or spot:
      2. A name, logo, or other indicator used to indicate ownership, origin, or level of quality.
      3. A notch made in an animal's ear or hide to indicate ownership.
      1. Any of the distinct parts of the face, as the eyes, nose, or mouth.
      2. The overall appearance of the face or its parts.
      3. A prominent or distinctive part, quality, or characteristic:
      1. Being a feature that helps to distinguish a person or thing; distinctive:
      2. A feature that helps to identify, tell apart, or describe recognizably; a distinguishing mark or trait.
      3. The integral part of a logarithm as distinguished from the mantissa:
      1. The combination of mental characteristics and behavior that distinguishes a person or group.
      2. The distinguishing nature of something.
      3. Moral strength; integrity:
      1. To regard as arising from a particular cause or source; ascribe:
      2. To regard (a work, for example) as belonging to or produced by a specified agent, place, or time:
      3. A quality or characteristic inherent in or ascribed to someone or something.
    See also:

    be

Another word for property

Noun
  1. Possession

  2. A piece of land

      1. A form of estate in which possession is held in fee, in tail, for the duration of the person's life, or during the life of some other person.
      2. The tenure by which such an estate is held.
      3. A tenure of an office or a dignity for life.
      1. The fact or condition of holding property by lease.
      2. Property held by lease.
      1. A small piece of ground, generally used for a specific purpose:
      2. A measured area of land; a lot.
      3. A ground plan, as for a building; a diagram.
      1. Land rented or leased from another.
      2. Legally owned property, such as land, capital, or stocks.
      3. The collection of books and other reading materials at a library.
      1. To demand, ask for, or take as one's own or one's due:
      2. To take in a violent manner as if by right:
      3. To state to be true, especially when open to question; assert or maintain:
      1. A broad, level, open expanse of land.
      2. A meadow:
      3. A cultivated expanse of land, especially one devoted to a particular crop:
      1. To allow or consent to the fulfillment of (something requested):
      2. To give or confer officially or formally:
      3. To transfer (property) by a deed.
      1. The grounds and buildings of an institution, especially a college or other institution of learning, a hospital, or a corporation.
      1. Property and the structures that are on that property.
      2. Preliminary statements in a document upon which later ones are predicated.
      1. Area of land measured in acres.
      1. The front part of a piece of property.
      2. The land between a building and the street.
      3. Land adjacent to something, such as a building, street, or body of water.
      1. (law) Basis or justification for something, as in "grounds for divorce."
      2. The collective land areas that compose a larger area, as in the castle grounds.
      1. A fundamental unit of length in both the US Customary System and the British Imperial System, equal to 3 feet, or 36 inches (0.9144 meter).
      2. A long tapering spar slung to a mast to support and spread the head of a square sail, lugsail, or lateen.
      3. A square yard:
      1. A house, especially a farmhouse, with adjoining buildings and land.
      2. Property qualifying as a person's home under certain laws, such as laws providing tax abatements and exemptions, survivorship rights for spouse and children, and immunity from claims of creditors.
      3. Land claimed by a settler or squatter, especially under the Homestead Act.
      1. An extensive farm, especially in the western United States, on which large herds of cattle, sheep, or horses are raised.
      2. A large farm on which a particular crop or kind of animal is raised:
      3. A house in which the owner of an extensive farm lives.
      1. A piece of land with few or no buildings within or adjoining a town, maintained for recreational and ornamental purposes.
      2. A landscaped city square.
      3. A large tract of rural land kept in its natural state and usually reserved for the enjoyment and recreation of visitors.
      1. A tract of land cultivated for the purpose of agricultural production.
      2. A tract of land devoted to the raising and breeding of domestic animals.
      3. An area of water devoted to the raising, breeding, or production of a specific aquatic animal:
      1. The act or process of subdividing.
      2. A subdivided part.
      3. An area of real estate subdivided into individual lots.
      1. Land, including the resources in and on it, and the buildings and permanent fixtures attached to it.
      1. A portion, division, piece, or segment of a whole.
      2. Any of several equal portions or fractions that can constitute a whole or into which a whole can be divided:
      3. A division of a book or artistic work such as a film:
      1. An expanse of land or water.
      2. A specified or limited area of land:
      3. A system of organs and tissues that together perform a specialized function:
      1. A landed property, usually of considerable size.
      2. One's property, both real and personal, vested and contingent, especially as disposed of in a will.
      3. The nature and extent of an owner's rights with respect to land or other property.
      1. A land unit equal to a quarter of a section and measuring half of a mile on a side.
      1. One of several components; a piece.
      2. A subdivision of a written work.
      3. A distinct portion or provision of a legal code or set of laws, often establishing a particular legal requirement:
      1. A large extent, amount, or number:
      2. Used adverbially to mean “to a great degree or extent” or “frequently”:
      3. A number of associated people or things:
    See also:

    lot

  3. Characteristic

      1. A distinguishing feature, as of a person's character.
      2. A genetically determined characteristic or condition:
      3. A short line or mark made with a writing or drawing implement.
      1. Any of the distinct parts of the face, as the eyes, nose, or mouth.
      2. The overall appearance of the face or its parts.
      3. A prominent or distinctive part, quality, or characteristic:
      1. An inherent or distinguishing characteristic; a property:
      2. A personal trait, especially a character trait:
      3. Essential character; nature:
      1. To regard as arising from a particular cause or source; ascribe:
      2. To regard (a work, for example) as belonging to or produced by a specified agent, place, or time:
      3. A quality or characteristic inherent in or ascribed to someone or something.