OTHER WORDS FROM repossessre·pos·sess·a·ble, adjectivere·pos·ses·sion [ree-puh-zesh-uhn], /ˌri pəˈzɛʃ ən/, nounre·pos·ses·sor, nounun·re·pos·sessed, adjective
How to use repossess in a sentence
Matthews’ car was repossessed after she couldn’t keep up with payments.‘We are struggling’: Unemployed Americans face a bleak Christmas|Lee Clifford|December 24, 2020|Fortune
Two people were attempting to repossess a vehicle at a residence when the owner exited his house and threatened them with a handgun.
His life had been so long empty that it was enough to dwell on the great happiness of his repossession.The Happy End|Joseph Hergesheimer
Frémont dispossessed their agent and they failed to gain repossession, the courts deciding that Pico had no right to sell.The Old Franciscan Missions Of California|George Wharton James
Alonzos father was soon in complete repossession of his former property.Alonzo and Melissa|Daniel Jackson, Jr.
For a time I did not reflect that to hold it thus in my hand was not sufficient to entitle me to repossession.Arthur Mervyn|Charles Brockden Brown
Red tape might prevent repossession of the original, but he was using his influence to obtain a copy.For the School Colours|Angela Brazil