This, from a country that lives with its own ghosts of dispossession and displacement.
If the Arabs had just accepted Zionism (signifying their own dispossession), then World War II might have turned out differently.
But the modern right, argued Hofstadter, was unique in its aggrieved sense of dispossession.
So, what kind of redress might work best for this specific expression of Sunni marginalization and dispossession?
This is a strategy that will challenge the status quo—a now 64 year-old process of dispossession.
And he never felt so to the full his dispossession as in thinking of Robert.
How dim was her own love-dream beside this torment of dispossession.
Eviction, the dispossession of a person from the occupancy of lands or tenements.
He stared at her; but the ray only illumined the bewilderment of his dispossession.
At the moment of dispossession, some of them were miserably rent, and the blood gushed out both at the nose and mouth.