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Synonyms for belong

go

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  • go
  • fit in
  • have a home
  • have a rightful place

go with

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belong to someone

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  • be the property of
  • be owned by
  • be held by
  • be in the possession of
  • be at the disposal of
  • be in the ownership of

belong to something

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  • be a member of
  • be associated with
  • be included in
  • be allied to
  • be affiliated to
  • be an adherent of

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to have a proper or suitable place

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be owned by

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be suitable or acceptable

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be in the right place or situation

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be rightly classified in a class or category

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be a member, adherent, inhabitant, etc. (of a group, organization, or place)

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be a part or adjunct

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Fortunately, camps do not need to be endowed with great natural resources to increase their participants' feelings of belongingness and interreliance.
The results reveal the participant students' perceptions of the university environment experience, including the six stages of shock and disappointment, uncertainty and instability, coping and acceptance, resource usage and ability enhancement, belongingness and identity, as well as retrospection and integration.
Electronic access to clubs like ALAS--may serve to address belongingness as they bring the benefits of club membership and participation to a larger group of Latino students.
Stated differently, satisfaction of the need for relatedness and belongingness facilitate the individuals to internalize the values of their social world (Baumeister & Leary, 1995).
It remains an open question, however, whether social surrogacy suppresses belongingness needs or actually fulfills them, and the researchers acknowledge that the kind of social surrogacy provoked by these programs can be a poor substitution for "real" human-to-human experience.
The main outcome measure was the nurses' experience of belongingness and the influence of the duration of clinical placement on the experience of belongingness.
The first of these, a sense of thwarted belongingness, involves a sense on the part of the individual that he or she lacks meaningful connections to others and that previously solid relationships have become strained or lost.
The counselor can engage in a comprehensive, preventive, and developmental intervention that helps to promote a sense of belongingness.
What makes the suspicions worse is that the children are divided in their loyalties to their parents as a result of poor upbringing that failed to cement belongingness to the household.
There is a strong sense of belongingness to a tradition, a people, and a place expressed through the frequently used possessives "my" and "our" as well as in the evocative references to customs and memories of Egypt and the Coptic people.
Clearly, research indicates that both faculty and students can play a significant role in establishing feelings of belongingness in the academic learning environment.
The third session included an analysis and discussion of two studies which had been recently conducted on the cultural identity and the feeling of belongingness among the Lebanese people.
These 'Other Malays' were cosmopolitan in outlook, peripatetic, unbounded by belongingness to a given place, interlinked via regional and international Muslim networks and were, for several decades, economically potent (pp.
These subscales represent the physiological (PHY), safety and security (SS), love and belongingness (LB), self-esteem (SE), and self-actualization (SA) dimensions of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
2) (Autonomy refers to the opportunity for self-management and choice, belongingness refers to the depth and quality of interpersonal relationships, and competence refers to the desire to be effective and successful.