belong[ bih-lawng, -long ]SEE DEFINITION OF belong
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BELONG
The boat he supposed to belong to Robert, and he was determined to spoil it.
But I would rather do it than live on money that did not belong to me.
The greater part of these taxes, however, do not belong to the King personally.
Only an individual here and there sees that freedom and domination must belong to us.
Oh, no, I am wrong; it would take more than that to tell where you belong.
They did not belong to the class who can be beguiled into evening schools.
The eight children do not belong to the woman in any real or legal sense.
You belong to the profession, and know what would be the consequence if I did so.
There is only Stineli in the whole world to whom I belong, or who troubles her head about me!
He did belong to somebody, after all; and Stineli's words had restored his tranquility.