possessedness

possessedness

(pəˈzɛstnəs)
n
the state or condition of being possessed
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Because ye were always my dearest, my possession and my possessedness: ON THAT ACCOUNT had ye to die young, and far too early!
The effectiveness of the first must derive in some measure from the way it reminds us of the "possessedness" of Macbeth's mind.
1) adding SemA-slots to L: causative, applicative, and possessedness;
The three most common Sem-valence increasing grammemes/derivatemes correspond to the grammatical meanings known as causative, applicative, and possessedness; all the three add a SemA-slot to the lexeme in question.
I, like the historical text, belong to language and this common possessedness allows my horizon to include that of the text.