tangible possession

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n tangible possession property or belongings that are tangible
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Usage

In literature:

But it was still in his possession, and it had a tangible value.
"Paul the Peddler" by Horatio Alger, Jr.
Nay, apart from spiritualities; and considering him merely as a real, marketable, tangibly useful possession.
"Heroes and Hero Worship" by Thomas Carlyle
My hand became once more a tangible possession, unreal and grim, yet all my own.
"The Black Wolf's Breed" by Harris Dickson
Nay, apart from spiritualities; and considering him merely as a real, marketable, tangibly-useful possession.
"Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History" by Thomas Carlyle
Nay, apart from spiritualities; and considering him merely as a real, marketable, tangibly-useful possession.
"English Critical Essays" by Various
What of anything, material or tangible, more than they now possess?
"The Lamplighter" by Maria S. Cummins
A fetish, he tells us, is something tangible and inanimate, which is believed to possess power in itself, and is worshipped for itself alone.
"Man, Past and Present" by Agustus Henry Keane
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In news:

Packing up my father's personal possessions felt like removing tangible evidence of his existence.
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