adjective. owning land or securities as a principal source of revenue.
Sentences with propertied
1. Verb, past tense
To Lenin, democracy became the system of government that benefited the bourgeois, or propertied middle classes, rather than the proletariat.
As more people crowded into the cities, the propertied classes were ousted, and the poor crowded into the hutongs, filling spacious courtyards with crude shanty-like structures to house numerous families.