Definition of Propertyless

1. Adjective. Of those who work for wages especially manual or industrial laborers. "Party of the propertyless proletariat"




Definition of Propertyless

1. Adjective. Without property—things owned. ¹

2. Adjective. Having no properties—attributes or abstract qualities associated with an object. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Propertyless

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Propertyless

propertied
properties
property
property-owning
property ladder
property law
property line
property man
property master
property owner
property right
property rights
property settlement
property tax
propertyless (current term)
propfan
propfans
prophage
prophages
prophalloin
prophane
prophanely
prophaneness
prophanities
prophanity
prophase
prophases
prophasic
prophasis

Literary usage of Propertyless

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1. Modern French Legal Philosophy by Alfred Fouillée, Alfred Jules Emile Fouillee (1916)
"The Modern Social Conception of the Position to be Secured to the propertyless. Taking as point of departure what I look upon as the essence of our western ..."

2. The Modern Legal Philosophy Series by Association of American Law Schools (1916)
"The Modern Social Conception of the Position to be Secured to the propertyless. Taking as point of departure what I look upon as the essence of our western ..."

3. Public Policy Editorials by Allen Ripley Foote (1902)
"When propertyless voters can decide what shall 'be the necessities of the state ... The people, the representatives of propertyless voters, enact the laws. ..."

4. The Labor Movement in America by Richard Theodore Ely (1886)
"Whilst by this process the propertyless are entirely debarred from entering the ranks of the ... If now and then one of the propertyless class become rich, ..."

5. The Labor Movement in America by Richard Theodore Ely (1886)
"Whilst by this process the propertyless are entirely debarred from entering the ranks of the ... If now and then one of the propertyless class become rich, ..."

6. The Labor Movement in America by Richard Theodore Ely (1905)
"Whilst by this process the propertyless are entirely debarred from entering the ranks of the ... If now and then one of the propertyless class become rich, ..."

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