Definition of propertied in English:


Line breaks: prop|er¦tied
Pronunciation: /ˈprɒpətɪd


(Of a person or group) owning property and land, especially in large amounts: a propertied country gentleman
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  • Add up the nouns like that and you're really propertied.
  • They argued that only those with property should have the right to vote, and campaigned for a limited extension of suffrage to include propertied women.
  • Since the original ambition of the Pankhursts was only to gain the vote for propertied women and those who were unmarried, perhaps their fears were justified.

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