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Multiple Meanings
dispossess

In the countersuit she charged that the lenders were conspiring to dispossess her of her property.
to take away possession of something — especially real estate

In the form, dispossessed, the word is often used as a noun to refer to people who are impoverished (poor—in any of different ways such as without physical or spiritual comforts, or without rights)
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