possessedness
noun see possessed

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • possessedness — pos·sessed·ness …   English syllables

  • possessedness — noun see possessed …   Useful english dictionary

  • Classical Nahuatl grammar — The grammar of Classical Nahuatl is agglutinative, head marking, and makes extensive use of compounding, noun incorporation and derivation. That is, it can add many different prefixes and suffixes to a root until very long words are formed. Very… …   Wikipedia

  • possessed — adjective Date: 1534 1. a. (1) influenced or controlled by something (as an evil spirit, a passion, or an idea) (2) mad, crazed b. urgently desirous to do or have something 2. obsolete held as a possession 3. self possessed, calm • possessedly …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • possessed — possessedly /peuh zes id lee, zest lee/, adv. possessedness, n. /peuh zest /, adj. 1. spurred or moved by a strong feeling, madness, or a supernatural power (often fol. by by, of, or with): The army fought as if possessed. The village believed… …   Universalium

  • un — un·abridged; un·accountable; un·answered; un·aware; un·balance; un·be; un·believe; un·bending; un·blown; un·bolted; un·bound; un·cal·low; un·certain; un·cial; un·ci·form; un·cle; un·clean·ly; un·co; un·collectible; un·comely; un·common;… …   English syllables

  • unpossessedness — un·possessedness …   English syllables

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