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- noun One who
belongs; a member.
- noun UK One who has close ties to a specific
overseas territory, normally by ancestry, and is therefore granted certain rights.
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First, her heart belonger to her dad, but now there is another man in her life.
I never have been and never will be a fan of Oprah and untill now was not aware that she belonger to the same terrorist, hate America group as does the obama, Rev Wright, Father Pflager, Bill Ayers, that Dorn woman, Rezko, and the many other backers of the obama.
As an adult I just haven't developed into much of a belonger.
Well, non-belonger is a legal term used in the British Virgin Islands where we have a house.