One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a widower who left all his property to his housekeeper’
possessions, belongings, things, goods, worldly goods, effects, personal effects, stuff, chattels, movables
resources, assets, valuables, fortune, capital, riches, wealth, holdings, securities, patrimony
personalty, goods and chattels
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2‘a growing number of Germans are buying property in Denmark’
building, buildings, premises, house, houses, land, estates, acres, acreage
real property, realty
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3‘garlic has been known for its healing properties for more than 5,000 years’
quality, attribute, characteristic, feature, power, trait, mark, hallmark
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