posses

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archaic, third-person singular of poss
Plural of posse
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A criminal gang
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A group of people summoned to help law enforcement
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a force of men
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{i} group of people who share an interest or hobby; company (Military); unit (Military); group of citizens mobilized to preserve public peace; search party; social group, group of friends (Slang)
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{n} an armed power, large body, set, rabble
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In former times, in the United States, a posse was a group of men who were brought together by the local law officer to help him chase and capture a criminal
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The collective term for a gang of Muppets Usually characterised by their shuffling gate and the cloud of 'Ilfiger that hovers around them
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posse
A group of people summoned to aid in law enforcement
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A group of associates
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(n) A group of people you hang out with, but not necessarily a gang "They got too, too, too much posse " --Public Enemy, "Too Much Posse"
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A posse of people is a group of people with the same job or purpose. a posse of reporters = group
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a temporary police force
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– A group of people given authority by a County’s peace officer to assist in preserving the peace
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See Posse comitatus
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A whole posse of men A large number; a crowd (See next article )
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A search party
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    /ˈpäsēz/ /ˈpɑːsiːz/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'pä-sE ] (noun.) 1645. Medieval Latin posse comitatus, literally, power or authority of the county.

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