It possesses the power to both humanize and demonize minority groups.
“Italy possesses extraordinary master keys that it offers to everyone,” Wilde-Menozzi writes.
China possesses global power today because of the dynamism of its economy.
Akkari, once infected by with the virus of radicalism, now possesses all the curiosity of a university student.
So Christie possesses a record capable of breaking right-wing hearts more ways than Perry can.
It possesses a greyish-black colour, and is a strong sulphur-base.
It possesses muffs, like the former, and is found at an elevation of nearly 10,000 feet.
Morality is morality, just because it possesses an absolute authoritativeness which they lack.
Use the power you have, and power will come to the faithful steward of what he possesses.
It possesses the attributes of Infinity, is indestructible, immortal, undying.
late 14c., "to hold, occupy, reside in" (without regard to ownership), a back formation from possession and in part from Old French possesser "to have and hold, take, be in possession of" (mid-13c.), from Latin possess-, past participle stem of possidere "to have and hold, possess, be master of, own," from posse "to be able," from potis "able, powerful" (see potent) + esse "to be" (see be). Meaning "to hold as property" is recorded from c.1500. Demonic sense is recorded from 1530s (implied in possessed). Related: Possessed; possessing.