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Merrian-Webster Dictionary

Type: verb
Pronunciation: pə-ˈzes -ˈses
- to have and hold as
- to have as an , knowledge, or skill
- to seize and take control of take into one's
- to enter into and control firmly
- to bring or cause to fall under the influence, domination, or control of some emotional or intellectual response or reaction
- to as owner
- to make the owner or holder

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Merrian-Webster Thesauruses

Definition: to keep, control, or experience as one's own
Example: she possesses a keen insight into people
Synonyms: command, enjoy, hold, own, possess, retain
Related: keep, reserve, withhold; bear, carry; boast, show off, sport

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