belong to

  1. be a part or adjunct
    These pages don't belong
    the uniform looks like it belonged to a museum collection
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How To Use belong to In A Sentence

  • Which of us would want our lives to lay in ruin while those who are supposed to help are busy fighting over politics, power and property that does not belong to them? National Council of Churches
  • Experts agree that hippos belong to the mammalian order Artiodactyla, a group of even-toed, hoofed creatures whose extant representatives include camels, pigs and ruminants such as cows.
  • Rightness, considered in its own nature, does not belong to what I do.
  • Was it a true bear or did it belong to the same family as the red panda? The Times Literary Supplement
  • The primary significance of the words which refer to the bread seems to belong to the image of the messianic kingdom.
  • The rose and the bean families belong to the same order.
  • They belong to a secret resistance army that is the nation's last defence. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some authors have said that an English name for ajowan is lovage, but this is a mistake, although both plants belong to the same family.
  • So far it was thought to belong to a mad scientist, who had a hook for a hand, and had killed twenty females while trying to create the elixir of life.
  • And he shows that all those comminations and threats which we read in the Scriptures of the New Testament in no way belong to the nature of the Gospel properly so called, but are the confirmation of the law.
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