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Answer for the clue "Having no property ", 8 letters:
landless

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Word definitions for landless in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Landless \Land"less\ (l[a^]nd"l[e^]s), a. Having no property in land.

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
adj. owning no land; "the landless peasantry" [ant: landed ]

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
a. Not owning land.

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Landless is the second album by Eight Bells , released on February 12, 2016, by Battleground Records.

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
adjective COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ NOUN labourers ▪ An Institute of Agrarian Reform was founded to break up large estates and redistribute them to landless labourers . peasant ▪ No landless peasants or laid-off workers are using their meager savings to ...

Usage examples of landless.

By 1906 the original Herero population of 300,000 had been reduced to 20,000 landless fugitives, following numerous massacres and unequal battles between tribespeople with spears and German soldiers with guns and cannons.

Although Alan could not understand why the king would give Piers a wife, he suspected the woman to be some dowdy, landless maiden who needed a husband but could not easily find one.

Parks, pleasaunces, gardens, set apart for kings, are the play-grounds of the landless poor in the Old World, and perhaps yield the sweetest joy of privilege to some state-sick ruler, some world-weary princess, some lonely child born to the solitude of sovereignty, as they each look down from their palace windows upon the leisure of overwork taking its little holiday amidst beauty vainly created for the perpetual festival of their empty lives.

Landless, Houseless, Familyless Sangaree simply were not disciplined enough to make war in human terms.

He deals in bond servants, landless indios, luckless mestizos, anyone or group that is helpless and can be roped into a project.

Volunteers came pouring into Normandy, knights and their attendants, foot soldiers alone and in bands, from every county from Flanders to Aquitaine, from the royal demesne of France, and especially from Brittany, which was full of impoverished landless knights.

Landless barons I saw, leading troops of knights whose suzerains had died, hiding in forest and glen, and riding out to harass the enemy.

You'll be reborn a landless peasant, or a bending toy boy in a tenth-rank brothel.