[ US /bɪˈɫɔŋɪŋz/ ]
[ UK /bɪlˈɒŋɪŋz/ ]
  1. something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone
    that hat is my property
    he is a man of property
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How To Use belongings In A Sentence

  • Dressed in a leopard print hijab she collected belongings and her cat. The Sun
  • They fled their homes with a few personal belongings, escaping the acrid sulphuric fumes and lava of an erupting volcano.
  • Survivors tried to enter damaged carriages to rescue relatives and collect belongings, officials said. The Sun
  • He made no move to assist his wife, who was now kneeling to repack their belongings into their boxes. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • The moving specialists' first task is to help the seniors downsize their belongings so they can fit into, say, a retirement-center efficiency or a one-bedroom apartment.
  • We have also offered to reimburse any expenses they incurred while they were without their belongings. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is true that had I packed all my belongings in one huge box the same company would have conveyed them to the steamer for one and eightpence, which is the regular charge per package. America To-day, Observations and Reflections
  • The gangs sold their booty, families tried to earn money from their belongings and neighbours ransacked the homes of anyone who had not returned from prison. Times, Sunday Times
  • People have to have significant social and personal belongings in their life. Christianity Today
  • After gathering my belongings, I let my hair down and smoothed it out after applying a little liner and lip gloss.
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