Examples from the Web for belongings
He belongs to a gym, he can afford to pay for that: he can shower, he can keep his belongings in a series of lockers there.
Next door, Mohammad Abu Najar and his father Yousef gather their belongings.
A few of the survivors have returned to look for belongings.
All families who fled on the last morning reported having money, belongings, jewelry, and even documents stolen from them.ISIS Robs Christians Fleeing Its Edict in Mosul: Convert, Leave, or Die|Andrew Slater|July 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They fear for their unborn child, a baby girl who will be born into a family with no belongings, no money, and little food.Church Bells Fall Silent in Mosul as Iraq’s Christians Flee|Andrew Doran, Drew Bowling|June 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And the gyih-haws were loaded with their belongings, and stood up beside the ranks.Aw-Aw-Tam Indian Nights|J. William Lloyd
He had an old aunt to whom he could safely entrust his belongings.The Strange Story of Rab Rby|Mr Jkai
Did anything transpire on that occasion, when you were taking up Marina's and your brother's belongings?Warren Commission (1 of 26): Hearings Vol. I (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
No one at Randall saw him again, for he left hurriedly, not even stopping to get his belongings.For the Honor of Randall|Lester Chadwick
To his astonishment, I insisted that my belongings be put inside the coach, while I rode on the box.Lost Man's Lane|Anna Katharine Green
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Word Origin and History for belongings
"goods, effects, possessions," 1817, from plural of verbal noun from belong.