An area of land in private ownership (as opposed to common land). (noun)
Each particular taken singly; an item; a detail; an individual. (noun)
An enclosed or separate place; enclosure. (noun)
Examples of word several
I think if several citizens in every Congressional district in the country contacted the office of their Congressional representatives to inform them that when the PUBLIC SERVANT returns home to make their next hometown public appearance, __several large gentlemen from the local neighborhood are making serious plansto lay hands on them with the intent to execute a Citizens Arrestand deliver them tothe local constabulary for processing and Felony chargesunder the US Code.
Thus, the time taken to reach the climax, or last act of the performance, may be a few seconds, or several minutes, may require a mere half dozen motions, or _several hundred!
But he had to shout his name several times, even though he was standing in front of her.
Mr. Muhammad, a U.S. citizen, was born Carlos Bledsoe but changed his name several years ago after converting to Islam.
Calverley said he asked the teenager his name several times and, after the teen refused to give it, he grabbed Latson, told him that he was under arrest and bent him over the hood of a car.