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dispossessed

adjective dis·pos·sessed \-ˈzest also -ˈsest\

: having had your land, possessions, etc., taken away from you

Full Definition of DISPOSSESSED

:  deprived of homes, possessions, and security

Examples of DISPOSSESSED

  1. The organization helps dispossessed people rebuild their lives.

First Known Use of DISPOSSESSED

15th century

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