possession

Conquest vs Possession - What's the difference?

conquest | possession |


As a proper noun conquest

is the personification of conquest, (also known as pestilence), often depicted riding a white horse.

As a noun possession is

control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights.

As a verb possession is

(obsolete) to invest with property.

Omission vs Possession - What's the difference?

omission | possession |


As nouns the difference between omission and possession

is that omission is the act of omitting while possession is control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights.

As a verb possession is

(obsolete) to invest with property.

Possession vs Occupied - What's the difference?

possession | occupied |


As verbs the difference between possession and occupied

is that possession is (obsolete) to invest with property while occupied is (occupy).

As a noun possession

is control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights.

As an adjective occupied is

reserved, engaged.

Possession vs Stuff - What's the difference?

possession | stuff |


As nouns the difference between possession and stuff

is that possession is control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights while stuff is living room.

As a verb possession

is (obsolete) to invest with property.

Profession vs Possession - What's the difference?

profession | possession |


As nouns the difference between profession and possession

is that profession is a promise or vow made on entering a religious order while possession is control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights.

As a verb possession is

(obsolete) to invest with property.

Wield vs Possession - What's the difference?

wield | possession |


As verbs the difference between wield and possession

is that wield is (label) to command, rule over; to possess or own while possession is (obsolete) to invest with property.

As a noun possession is

control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights.

Experience vs Possession - What's the difference?

experience | possession |


As nouns the difference between experience and possession

is that experience is experiment, trial, test while possession is control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights.

As a verb possession is

(obsolete) to invest with property.

Treasure vs Possession - What's the difference?

treasure | possession |


As nouns the difference between treasure and possession

is that treasure is (uncountable) a collection of valuable things; accumulated wealth; a stock of money, jewels, etc while possession is control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights.

As verbs the difference between treasure and possession

is that treasure is (of a person or thing) to consider to be precious while possession is (obsolete) to invest with property.

Possession vs Collection - What's the difference?

possession | collection |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between possession and collection

is that possession is (obsolete) to invest with property while collection is (obsolete) the act of inferring or concluding from premises or observed facts; also, that which is inferred.

As nouns the difference between possession and collection

is that possession is control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights while collection is a set of items or amount of material procured or gathered together.

As a verb possession

is (obsolete) to invest with property.

Valuable vs Possession - What's the difference?

valuable | possession |


As nouns the difference between valuable and possession

is that valuable is a personal possession such as jewellery, of relatively great monetary value; — usually used in plural form while possession is control or occupancy of something for which one does not necessarily have private property rights.

As an adjective valuable

is having a great value.

As a verb possession is

(obsolete) to invest with property.

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