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Hasil cari dari kata atau frase: Possessed(0.01180 detik)
Found 4 items, similar to Possessed.
English → Indonesian (Kamus Landak)
English → Indonesian (quick)
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English → English (WordNet)
adj 1: influenced or controlled by a powerful force such as a
strong emotion; “by love possessed” [syn: obsessed,
2: in a murderous frenzy as if possessed by a demon; “the
soldier was completely amuck”; “berserk with grief”; “a
berserk worker smashing windows” [syn: amuck, amok, berserk,
demoniac, demoniacal, possessed(p)]
English → English (gcide)
Possess \Pos*sess"\ (?; 277), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Possessed;
p. pr. & vb. n. Possessing.] [L. possessus, p. p. of
possidere to have, possess, from an inseparable prep. (cf.
Position) + sedere to sit. See Sit.]
1. To occupy in person; to hold or actually have in one's own
keeping; to have and to hold.
Houses and fields and vineyards shall be possessed
again in this land. --Jer. xxxii.
Yet beauty, though injurious, hath strange power,
After offense returning, to regain
Love once possessed. --Milton.
2. To have the legal title to; to have a just right to; to be
master of; to own; to have; as, to possess property, an
estate, a book.
I am yours, and all that I possess. --Shak.
3. To obtain occupation or possession of; to accomplish; to
gain; to seize.
How . . . to possess the purpose they desired.
4. To enter into and influence; to control the will of; to
fill; to affect; -- said especially of evil spirits,
passions, etc. “Weakness possesseth me.” --Shak.
Those which were possessed with devils. --Matt. iv.
For ten inspired, ten thousand are possessed.
5. To put in possession; to make the owner or holder of
property, power, knowledge, etc.; to acquaint; to inform;
-- followed by of or with before the thing possessed, and
now commonly used reflexively.
I have possessed your grace of what I purpose.
Record a gift . . . of all he dies possessed
Unto his son. --Shak.
We possessed our selves of the kingdom of Naples.
To possess our minds with an habitual good
Syn: To have; hold; occupy; control; own.
Usage: Possess, Have. Have is the more general word. To
possess denotes to have as a property. It usually
implies more permanence or definiteness of control or
ownership than is involved in having. A man does not
possess his wife and children: they are (so to speak)
part of himself. For the same reason, we have the
faculties of reason, understanding, will, sound
judgment, etc.: they are exercises of the mind, not