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This graph shows how "own" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for own:

  1. " Oh well, I never have any say in my own house. "The Great Hunger" , Johan Bojer.
  2. That is my own money. "Down the Mother Lode" , Vivia Hemphill.
  3. Oh, I have enough of my own, and after my death I will leave it to the child. "The Irish Fairy Book" , Various.

Quotes for own:

  1. A collection makes its own demands. Many artists have been collectors. I think of it rather as an illness. I felt it was using up too much energy. - Howard Hodgkin
  2. I hate to blow my own horn, but I gave a lot of people fits. - Bo Jackson
  3. The interpretation of our reality through patterns not our own, serves only to make us ever more unknown, ever less free, ever more solitary. - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  4. Countries under foreign command quickly forget their history, their past, their tradition, their national symbols, their way of living, often their own literary language. - Slobodan Milosevic
  5. We've got the children so we have to deal with each other because we have to deal with children's problems, you know, and our own problems. But some days it's fine, and then some days we just are at each other's throat. - Ringo Starr

Rhymes for own:

  1. alone, atone, bayonne, bemoan, capone, carone, cologne, condone, cyclone, damone, dethrone, dijon, disown, hipbone, homegrown, intone, leone, malone, marone, outgrown, outshone, pavone, perone, postpone, ramon, ramone, raton, simone, tirone, trombone, tyrone, unknown.
  2. blown, boan, bone, bowne, clone, coan, cohn, cone, crone, doan, doane, don't, drone, flown, fone, goen, groan, grown, hoen, hone, joan, jone, known, koen, loan, lone, moan, mon, mone, phone, prone, rhone, roan, roane, rone, scone, sewn, sharon, shone, shown, sloan, sloane, sown, stone, throne, thrown, tone, trone, zone.
  3. bourguignon, calderon, overblown, overgrown, overthrown, unbeknown.
  4. concepcion.

Idioms for own:

  1. do sth off your own bat
  2. in your own words
  3. not able to call one's time one's own
  4. take own life
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