propertied


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prop·er·tied

 (prŏp′ər-tēd)
adj.
Owning land or securities as a principal source of revenue.

propertied

(ˈprɒpətɪd)
adj
owning land or property

prop•er•tied

(ˈprɒp ər tid)

adj.
owning property.
[1600–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.propertied - owning land or securities as a principal source of revenue
upper-class - occupying the highest socioeconomic position in a society
Translations

propertied

[ˈprɒpətɪd] ADJadinerado, acaudalado
the propertied classesla clase acaudalada

propertied

adjbesitzend; personbegütert; the propertied classesdie besitzenden Schichten, das Besitzbürgertum

propertied

[ˈprɒpətɪd] adj a propertied manun possidente
References in classic literature ?
"I am too high-born to be propertied, To be a secondary at control, Or useful serving-man and instrument To any sovereign state throughout the world."
"I am too high born to be propertied, To be a second at control, Or useful serving-man and instrument To any sovereign state throughout the world."
Despite the government's claims of doing away with corruption, the propertied classes are least interested in mainstreaming economic activities because this would eliminate the myriad opportunities for resource capture at the expense of the poor and voiceless.
A revolution is made when the propertied are driven into such desperation that they make common cause with the lumpen against the elite.
It not only serves the interests of the propertied classes but also mediates their competing demands and interests.
seizing land that was already inhabited while imprisoning or exterminating its occupants." While citing the victimization of Native Americans and slaves in the past, Light's sweeping assertion that "white, propertied men held a monopoly on lethal violence" is demonstrably untrue (7).
The SP primarily represents the powerful and propertied Yadavs and other forward castes in the state.
Macdonald, introduced one of the earliest bills on suffrage, he offered this right only to widows and 'spinsters' who owned property, in an effort to protect the distinction, important to him, between propertied and non-propertied persons.
We Work has leased Winter Propertied 61,375 s/f office building at 57 East 11th Street.
Debts that result in granting more privileges to the rich and propertied classes and favor more developed areas, while further exacerbating social inequalities, can be deemed illegitimate and may consequently be canceled or suspended.
It bears the trace of successive ways of 'indexing people to money': houses mark propertied status (premodern); reproduce labour value (from early modern); meet citizen entitlements (after World War Two); and are assets to manage (1970s onwards).
There was a time when there was only a certain class of males (propertied or educated) who were allowed vote.