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  • On the other hand, some words belong to more than one word class.
  • She belonged to no club and was a member of nothing in the world.
  • And finding that you not only belong together but you need each other, very much.
  • Many of the these works belong to more than one group.
  • A given complex number c either belongs to M or it does not.
  • These houses and buildings belonged to those in higher social status.
  • He is said to have belonged to a middle-class family.
  • Everything can belong to the world of art, which itself is new.
  • You either belonged to one or the other, but never both.
  • The chief focus has always been on the society and the physical people who belonged to it.
  • In its early days, the castle belonged to the royal house.
  • I did not know where I belonged for a long time.
  • While in office the president cannot belong to an elected body or hold any other occupation.
  • Most of the world's languages are known to belong to language families.
  • What is quite certain is that the dead belonged to a royal dynasty.
  • The parties shown are those to which the President belonged at the time they took office.
  • Nor does each subject of study belong exclusively to any particular department.
  • But only he who belongs to a strong, free nation is truly free.
  • Most of the inhabitants of this area belong to the middle class or lower middle class.
  • He still said the legal question belonged to the states.
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Root form of belonging is belong for the verb.

Words starting with belonging

Meaning of belonging

  • noun Happiness felt in a secure relationship
    with his classmates he felt a sense of belonging
  • verb Be owned by; be in the possession of
    This book belongs to me
  • verb Be suitable or acceptable
    This student somehow doesn't belong
  • verb Be in the right place or situation
    Where do these books belong?, Let's put health care where it belongs--under the control of the government, Where do these books go?
  • verb Be rightly classified in a class or category
    The whales belong among the mammals
  • verb Be a member, adherent, inhabitant, etc. (of a group, organization, or place)
    They belong to the same political party