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Possessor

pəˈzes.ər

Meanings of Possessor:

noun

A person who owns something or has a particular quality.

Usage examples:

His father was the possessor of a considerable fortune

Meanings of Possessoress:

noun

A female possessor.

Meanings of Possessorial:

adjective

Of or relating to a possessor or owner; possessory.

Possessors

pəˈzes.ər

Meanings of Possessors:

noun

A person who owns something or has a particular quality.

Usage examples:

His father was the possessor of a considerable fortune

Meanings of Possessorship:

noun

The condition of a possessor; ownership.

Posset

ˈpɒs.ɪt

Meanings of Posset:

noun

A cold dessert made from thickened cream, typically flavoured with lemon.

Usage examples:

Lemon posset glazed with a sugar caramel
verb

(of a baby) regurgitate curdled milk.

Usage examples:

Bless its little heart, it's possetting again

Possets

ˈpɒsɪt

Meanings of Possets:

noun

A cold dessert made from thickened cream, typically flavoured with lemon.

Usage examples:

Lemon posset glazed with a sugar caramel
verb

(of a baby) regurgitate curdled milk.

Usage examples:

Bless its little heart, it's possetting again

Meanings of Possibilism:

noun

Belief in or advocacy of moderate (rather than violent or revolutionary) policies aiming to bring about immediately practicable or feasible reforms; pragmatic reformism.

Meanings of Possibilist:

adjective

Of, relating to, or supporting possibilism.

noun

A supporter or advocate of policies aiming to bring about immediately practicable or feasible reforms; a pragmatic reformer.

Meanings of Possibilitate:

verb

To render possible.

Possibilities

ˌpɒs.əˈbɪl.ə.ti

Meanings of Possibilities:

noun

A thing that may happen or be the case.

Usage examples:

Relegation remains a distinct possibility

Possibility

ˌpɒs.əˈbɪl.ə.ti

Meanings of Possibility:

noun

A thing that may happen or be the case.

Usage examples:

Relegation remains a distinct possibility

Possible

ˈpɒs.ə.bəl

Meanings of Possible:

adjective

Able to be done or achieved.

Usage examples:

Surely it's not possible for a man to live so long?
noun

A potential candidate for a job or team.

Usage examples:

I have marked five possibles with an asterisk

Meanings of Possibleness:

noun

The fact of being possible; = "possibility".

Possibles

ˈpɒsɪb(ə)l

Meanings of Possibles:

noun

A potential candidate for a job or team.

Usage examples:

I have marked five possibles with an asterisk
adjective

Able to be done or achieved.

Usage examples:

Surely it's not possible for a man to live so long?

Possibly

ˈpɒsɪbli

Meanings of Possibly:

adverb

Perhaps (used to indicate doubt or hesitancy).

Usage examples:

He found himself alone, possibly the only survivor

Possie

ˈpɒzi

Meanings of Possie:

noun

A place or position.

Usage examples:

The bridge will provide a good fishing possie

Possies

ˈpɒzi

Meanings of Possies:

noun

A place or position.

Usage examples:

The bridge will provide a good fishing possie

Possum

ˈpɒs.əm

Meanings of Possum:

noun

A tree-dwelling australasian marsupial that typically has a prehensile tail.

Usage examples:

It is what we, as carers of koalas, birds, possums, macropods (wallabies, kangaroos etc.) and other…

Possums

əˈpɒs.əm

Meanings of Possums:

noun

A tree-dwelling australasian marsupial that typically has a prehensile tail.

Usage examples:

It is what we, as carers of koalas, birds, possums, macropods (wallabies, kangaroos etc.) and other…

Post

pəʊst

Meanings of Post:

noun

A long, sturdy piece of timber or metal set upright in the ground and used as a support or marker.

Usage examples:

Follow the blue posts until the track meets a road
verb

Display (a notice) in a public place.

Usage examples:

A curt notice had been posted on the door
adverb

With haste.

Usage examples:

Come now, come post
preposition

Subsequent to; after.

Usage examples:

American poetry post the 1950s hasn't had the same impact
prefix

After in time or order.

Usage examples:

Post-date

Post office

ˈpəʊst ˌɒf.ɪs

Meanings of Post office:

noun

A place where stamps are sold and from where letters and parcels are sent

Post-it-note

ˈpəʊst.ɪt ˌnəʊt

Meanings of Post-it-note:

noun

A brand name for a piece of paper with a sticky strip on the back that allows it to be stuck temporarily to smooth surfaces

Meanings of Post-mortem:

noun

A medical examination of a dead body to discover the cause of death, or a discussion of an event after it has happened

Usage examples:

The disease can be confirmed only in a post-mortem., a post-mortem on harkin’s presidential campaign

Post-mortem-examination

ˌpəʊstˈmɔː.təm

Meanings of Post-mortem-examination:

noun

A medical examination of a dead body to discover the cause of death, or a discussion of an event after it has happened

Usage examples:

The disease can be confirmed only in a post-mortem., a post-mortem on harkin’s presidential campaign

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