Pronunciation of Property
/pɹˈɒpəti/, /pɹˈɒpəti/, /p_ɹ_ˈɒ_p_ə_t_i/
Synonyms for property:
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
bit, manor, grounds.
personal property, stuff, gear, things.
characteristic, feature (noun)
dowry, worldly goods, income.
piece of land (noun)
worldly goods, things.
ground, inheritance, manor, prop, realty, domain, principal, farm, holding, real estate, material possession, stock, belongings, place, goods, fixtures, chattel, dimension, legacy, Resources, title, ranch, attribute, assets.
real estate (noun)
real property, surveyor, estate agent, landed, realtor.
layout, scene, formation, post, standing, placement, configuration, situation, site, spot, mode, status, style, arrangement, ambience, position, environment, station, circumstance, aspect, location, disposition, quality, modality, condition, state.
idiosyncrasy, flavor, peculiarity, specialization, forte, way, hallmark, Discriminant, definiteness, characteristic, quirk, mark, feature, mannerism, specialty, trait, particularity, figure, difference, individuality, cachet, keynote, stamp.
appurtenance, circumstances, personal property, intellectual assets, extent, vibe, crown jewels, facet, lot, equity, trappings, credentials, status symbol, class, personality, odor, strand, quintessence, rhythm, capital asset, booty, bias, liquid assets, subtlety, complexity, valuables, lares and penates, component, ingredient, goods and chattels, intangible asset, complexion, overtone, richness, personal effects, aura, fixed asset, belonging.
surveyor, premises, grounds, realtor, real property, estate agent, landed.
Usage examples for property:
- I have a presentiment that Mr. Scofield is looking for me; but there are some kinds of property which cannot be picked up and carried off, nolens volens, when found." - "Taken Alive", E. P. Roe.
- I do not care so very much about the property." - "Castle Richmond", Anthony Trollope.
- He started with nothing but this property, and he made a fortune, but even he had enough imagination to lock this room up after one more death of that kind. - "The Abandoned Room", Wadsworth Camp.