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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbelongingsbe‧long‧ings /bɪˈlɒŋɪŋz $ bɪˈlɒːŋ-/ ●●○ noun [plural]  OWNthe things you own, especially things that you can carry with you syn possessions an insurance policy that covers your personal belongings
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belongingsHe carried his few belongings balanced on his head.Adam packed his few belongings, then went next door and did the same for Billie.Dad went indoors and brought out her belongings and placed them as she directed.His eyes followed his teenage daughter as she walked around his bedroom, pocketing his belongings.With no definitive ruling, however, he was quickly sent back to prison without his belongings.It's a nuisance having to abandon my belongings, though.Her advice begins with an inventory of belongings, surroundings, problem areas and priorities.Leaving his personal belongings in the room he walks down to enjoy a good breakfast before continuing his journey.Soldiers searched through people's personal belongings.It doesn't cost much to insure your personal belongings.They packed all their belongings into the car and left the city that night.personal belongingsHe said cash and personal belongings should be hidden away and staff rooms locked to maximise security.Many of her clothes and personal belongings had been stolen.They also leave favorite personal belongings.He told Kasturbal how to distribute his few personal belongings that lay around the cot.Leaving his personal belongings in the room he walks down to enjoy a good breakfast before continuing his journey.But we also brought food, stones found along the way, wild flowers, and objects from our personal belongings.To go through all her husband's personal belongings sent back from the hospital where he died.You don't wait to pick up personal belongings, you just get the hell out.
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