Thesaurus / owns


It owns tramway cars which are run in opposition to motor omnibuses.

Scotland YardGeorge Dilnot

"Careful driving" should be the watchword of everyone who owns a motor.

Book of Etiquette, Volume 2Lillian Eichler Watson

It belongs to a man who owns seven hundred and eighty houses!

Tony, the Italian who owns him, often stops here with him when he's traveling around giving exhibitions.

The most valuable citizen of this or any other country is the man who owns the land from which he makes his living.

She owns a fine residence in Pomeroy and since her husband's death has lived in town.

Now what do you think of that for a man who owns his own shop and has money in the bank?

Poor WhiteSherwood Anderson

Look at that old oak; be a pretty rich tree-toad that owns that chunk of real estate, hey?

It owes all this, and owns itself as debtor for it to him, who opens the eyes of the blind.

"Oh, yes, you mean the little girl that owns the pony," she said.

The Sky PilotRalph Connor


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