worldly belongings


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Noun1.worldly belongings - all the property that someone possess; "he left all his worldly possessions to his daughter"
belongings, property, holding - something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property";
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IF evils are followed due to greed or awe of some people's riches, worldly belongings and evil ways, it will encourage and build a corrupt society.
After his death Justice (Retd) Jawad Khawaja went to collect his worldly belongings to hand over the room to the hotel.
The following morning you are freed; you and the children and all your worldly belongings are put on a bus, to travel 300 miles back to North East England, to the only place you have in the world to call home.
* Clever use of furniture: When you don't have access to a larger space but need to cram all your worldly belongings into place, all you need to do is choose your furniture wisely.
Alvi was made a Trustee of the trust established by Shirinbai Jinnah (Quaid-e-Azam's sister) to which she gift all her worldly belongings including the Mohatta Palace in Karachi.
You'll get so sick of packing and unpacking and losing money to removal vans (and cramming all your worldly belongings into one small bedroom, if you're sharing a house), you'll reach a point where you just don't care for 'stuff' any more.
Do yourself and get the 'into You'll get so sick of packing and unpacking and losing money to removal vans (and cramming all your worldly belongings into one small bedroom, if you're sharing a house), you'll reach a point where you just don't care for 'stuff' any more.
Presumably someone has now informed the Tory councillor that the "bags and detritus" of homeless people are effectively their worldly belongings.
As I watched I was thinking "he leaves nothing behind, he is going to nothing and his whole worldly belongings are in that bag".
I packed up my old Ford Fiesta with all my worldly belongings and headed for the Big Smoke, sleeping on floors, then in bedsits until I had earned enough to rent my first flat.
GRIEVING mum Natalia Spencer strides along the craggy coastline with all her worldly belongings tucked into a neat pink rucksack.
It is through her that my unused and imprisoned worldly belongings find a voice to air their silent cry for liberation.