- noun /ˈəʊndəm,ˈoʊndəm/a) property
There must be a tormenting feeling of self-insufficiency in me until I can realize that my self-possession subsumes my all. I must endure my goading ambition until I can acknowledge ownership of all of my owndom.b) personal belongings, possessions
Hence we maintain that man cannot be a man without property. He cannot be his own without an outward owndom.
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property — noun /ˈpɹɒ.pə(ɹ).ti,ˈpɹɑpɚtiː/ a) Something that is owned. Leave those books alone! They are my property. b) A piece of real estate, such as a parcel of land. There is a large house on the property. Syn: belongings, owndom … Wiktionary
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