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posses

noun as in vigilantes

noun as in gang

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None of the current party leaders in Britain posses the force of will or powers of persuasion last seen under Blair.

Rabbi Hecht does indeed posses unique power and influence at Eliezer, over matters of Jewish law.

Arpaio once told me he got the idea for these so-called posses from watching Western movies as a kid.

The two posses decided to join forces and set off hauling their rations down the street.

He posses an incredible work ethic, has a lot of great ideas, and brings a lot of dedication to the blog.

The expenses of posses were to be charged against the county.

The bells had aroused the village, and everywhere posses of men were searching.

Finally it was decided to separate into posses of ten, all to converge at Crow's Cliff as soon as possible.

Excursions can be made from Paris to places within easy distance that posses Gothic-Renaissance glass.

We still posses an original letter addressed by Claudius to the senate and people on this memorable occasion.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to posses, such as: detachment, armed band, lynch mob, and search party.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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