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[ˈə͡ʊn], [ˈə‍ʊn], [ˈəʊ_n]

Synonyms for Own:

possess (verb)

acquire, claim, have, hold, monopolize, possess.

Other synonyms and related words:

Be, Homologate, abide by, absolutely, accede, accept, acceptance, acknowledge, acknowledge the corn, acquiesce, acquiescence, acquisition, admit, admit everything, admit to, adopt, affirm, agree, agree provisionally, ain, allow, alone, apart, appreciate, archaic use, are there, are there in, assent, assent grudgingly, assent to, asset, attribute, aver, avouch, avow, be aware of, be blessed with, be endowed with, be in possession of, be possessed, be possessed of, be present, be the possessor, bear, belonging to, belongings, bestow, birth, boast, by one, capital, careful, categorically, cause, certainly, certify, character, characteristic, clandestine, come clean, come in for, come out with, come round to, command, completely, compliance, concede, confess, confidential, confirm, considerate, consign, consume, control, cop a plea, corner, correct, corresponding, cough up, credit side, decent, declare, definitely, delicate, deliver, different, disbosom oneself, disburden one's conscience, disburden one's heart, disburden one's mind, disclose, distinct, distinctive, divulge, dominate, due, ego, endemic, endure, enjoin, enjoy, entirely, estate, exclusively, experience, express general agreement, extend, fall heir to, feature, fess, fess up, fesse, free and clear, freely, fully, gain, get, get something, give, give birth, go along with, goods, got, grant, have been, have got, have in hand, have left, have rights, have title, have title to, held, hers, his, hog, hold the deed, idiosyncratic, in fee, in fee simple, in hand, in possession of, in seisin, in stock, in store, independently, individual, individualistic, individually, induce, ingest, inherent, inherit, intimate, intrinsic, is there in, its, itself, keep, ken, know, knowledge, let, let on, list under assets, loosely, maintain, make, make clean breast of, mine, must, myself, need, not oppose, not public, obey, obtain, occupancy, occupation, occupy, of, of her own, of his own, of one's own, on hand, one's own, oneself, open one's mind, open up, out with it, owe, own up, own up to, owned, ownership, part of byob, particular, particularly, peculiar, peculiarity, peculiarly, perceive, perfectly, permit, personal, pertinent, plead guilty, positively, possess of, possessed, possession, prepossessing, private, proclaim, profess, proper, property, protest, purely, quality, quicken, realize, receive, recognise, recognize, relevant, reserve, resident, resign oneself to, respect, respective, retain, reveal, run, say the truth, see, self, separate, separately, several, severally, show one's cards, show one's hand, sight, single, singly, singular, sorted, speak the truth, special, specific, specifically, spill, spill it, spit it out, stimulate, stop paying rent, suffer, suffer from, surely, sustain, take, take-in, tell, tell all, tell the truth, testify, theirs, there are, there is, thoroughly, throw, to possess, totally, turn inside out, unbosom oneself, unburden, unburden one's mind, undergo, understand, unique, unitary, utterly, very, very own, warrant, wary, wealth, witness, yield, yours.

Rhymes for Own:

  1. cone, stone, cohn, lone, hone, drone, known, grown, loan, crone, shone, moan, mon, shown, thrown, prone, bone, scone, rhone, clone, zone, tone, sewn, groan, phone, roan, blown, sown, throne;
  2. trombone, homegrown, atone, hipbone, condone, unknown, bemoan, alone, malone, intone, disown, cologne, dethrone, postpone, cyclone, capone;
  3. overblown, unbeknown, calderon, bourguignon, overthrown, overgrown;

Quotes for Own:

  1. I must have been 3 years old or less, and I remember paging through these comics, trying to figure out the stories. I couldn't read the words, so I made up my own stories. Daniel Clowes.
  2. Death most resembles a prophet who is without honor in his own land or a poet who is a stranger among his people. Khalil Gibran.
  3. I've never understood why artists, who so often condescend to the cliches of their own culture, are so eager to embrace the cliches of cultures they know nothing about. Brad Holland.

Idioms of Own:

  1. Mind own business!;
  2. Mind your own beeswax.;
  3. under your own steam;