To dispossess – to take or destroy property of or to take possession of someone’s personal possessions.
This is a very basic definition of dispossession. It is the act of taking possession of (or selling/buying) personal property.
I was really surprised by how much the term dispossessory has taken and spread. Just in the past few days I’ve seen more and more articles about the term, including this one: Dispossessed, by Robert M.S.
The term dispossessory is a very basic definition. It’s the act of taking possession of something, or selling them for a price. In other words, the act of taking something away from someone and selling it for money.
The term “dispossessed” is in fact an amalgam of two terms, one of which is “disposition.” The other is “disposable,” which is the word used to describe something that has been taken from someone or something.
In the context of dispossessing the terms dispossessed and dispossessed take a different meaning, dispossessed is the act of taking possession of something, or disposing of it. This also includes all of the actions of dispossessing and disposing that are done with the intention of dispossessing and disposing of something.
The term ‘dispossessed’ is, in turn, a noun, a noun which is used as a noun. It is not only used to describe the act of dispossessing, but a noun as well. This is a little confusing, but I’ll try to explain it. If you try to explain the noun dispossessed to someone who doesn’t know what it means, he/she will get confused because of the lack of a noun.
The noun dispossessed has a specific meaning in modern English. It is a noun which describes the act of dispossessing something which is not currently owned by someone. It is a noun which is used to describe any act which dispossesses something, even though the noun is used in a different way to describe the act of dispossessing something.
The word dispossessed comes from the Latin word displacere which means to deprive in its plural form of that which is in fact owned. So, if you were to displace the bank account, you would dispossess the bank account. The word dispossessed is used in this sense because the owner of the bank account has lost control of it.
It is used as a noun in a very different sense when we talk about a person who has lost control of a certain action. In this sense, dispossessed is not a noun but the verb. In this sense, a dispossessed person is one who has dispossessed something. An example of how this could be used in this sense is someone who was disoriented when they fell into a river.