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Definition of possess:

  1. To hold; to own; to occupy; to seize; to have the power over.

Common misspellings for possess:

pocess, pisasso's, possee, lossess, posessess, prossese, posecess, pounses, ptocess, possesin, posseces, pouces, posesit, poisees, psses, asssess, proscess, posesed, nessessay, posesser, possey, posesses, oposses, prosess, possecion, possessd, prossece, pressess, poeces, prossesor, possesson, poscessed, poscess, pocesses, poess, possecive, posees, posesess, posseses, posess, plasess, porcess, possesing, posessed, pasess, possese, rossis's, posseions, posseive, porcessor, posseison, lossses, posesse, porkases, possers, pssas, porossesser, passies, possesive, possesss, possses, posssess, possisive, poesss, poceeds, possse, prossessor, prossess, prosses, opposses, hyposese, pocessor, oppossers, possesse, peocess, posseser, posese, possesed, possesd, poisnuess, possessiion, dissess, poiseness, possies, porscehe, possessin, posssed, possesess, possesor, poccess, prosscess, passses, possecess, prosseser, posest, passess, possison, poseses, possesser, posessin.

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Quotes for possess:

  1. No matter how full a reservoir of maxims one may possess, and no matter how good one's sentiments may be, if one has not taken advantage of every concrete opportunity to act, one's character may remain entirely unaffected for the better.
  2. There are people who possess not so much genius as a certain talent for perceiving the desires of the century, or even of the decade, before it has done so itself.
  3. Only when one is able to grasp wideness can one possess it.
  4. The few men who possess the wealth of the material things of the earth at the present time are not truly happy.
  5. We succeed in enterprises which demand the positive qualities we possess, but we excel in those which can also make use of our defects.

Rhymes for possess:

  1. dress, gless, s, es, ches, esse, hesse, jess, bless, mess, bess, less, abs, fests, stress, wes, kess, crests, pless, guests, fess, ess, chess, cress, vess, yes, gess, tess, ress, guess, les, tress, ness, ques, press, hess, nes;
  2. confess, invests, retests, noblesse, ts, contests, depress, impress, digress, oppress, egress, redress, largesse, aggress, excess, distress, divests, caress, assess, requests, finesse, molests, progress, unless, recess, attests, suppress, digests, protests, compress, transgress, address, obsess, ls, etess, vs, fs, success, repress, express, suggests, regress, ellesse, undress, infests, fluoresce, profess;
  3. ccs, coalesce, pos, nonetheless, cus, cps, oas, ers, ins, reassess, dispossess, acquiesce, lcs, convalesce, dss, uss, repossess, las, reinvests, uys;
  4. ws, tcas, adss, stds, cmos, nevertheless, hces, abts;
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