As nouns the difference between belongings and belonger
is that belongings
is ; possessions or personal items while belonger
is one who belongs; a member.
; possessions or personal items.
* You may leave your belongings in the cloakroom
* Usually limited to tangible personal property, that is, excluding real estate and financial assets other than currency.
* (personal items) personal effects
* See also
One who belongs; a member.
* 1997 , John K. Hale, Milton's Languages: The Impact of Multilingualism on Style (page 156)
(UK) One who has close ties to a specific overseas territory, normally by ancestry, and is therefore granted certain rights.
* 1999 , Yash P. Ghai, Hong Kong's new constitutional order (page 158)
- While both are poets of exile, Dante is more of a belonger and less of a loner.
- All British subjects (i.e., any Commonwealth citizens) born in Hong Kong were belongers .