use possessiveness in a sentence.
For effrontery of possessiveness is there anything that can exceed the nest-making, planet-populating, female, human woman?
Close, exclusive, two-person cliques characterized by possessiveness and jealousy are formed.
Sometimes, she wondered if his possessiveness was the same that he might extend toward a horse or a rifle.
The continued insistence that women like Ewing should reexamine their feelings of "possessiveness," rather than question the sexual-revolutionary principle of nonpossession, meant that the full depth of women's suffering remained nearly invisible, even to its witnesses.
But it bespeaks a kind of possessiveness in modern studies: “This idea is only in the modern period, you can’t have it.”