Definition of 'dispossessed'
Example sentences containing 'dispossessed'
Someone had taken the book away from him - he could still feel his anger at being dispossessed of it.THE BROKEN GOD
Ridley knew a brief satisfaction at the thought that the man and his descendants had been dispossessed.A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
Only on one occasion, temporarily dispossessed of his own flat when the bathroom flooded, had Control stayed a night under the club's roof.A SONG AT TWILIGHT
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