They belong to the world of pleasure, of love, vice, crime, drugs.
There are also pieces that belong in the show only by poetic association.
They find vociferous support in attacking "outsiders" for taking jobs that belong, possibly by divine right, to sons of the soil.
I belong to the “Soccer Hater” demographic – middle-aged Republican crank with long, blonde hair and a great pair of gams.
“I belong to at least 20 groups,” said Amit Slonim, an editor and writer at Mako.
I say to the chief and people, How can Basutoland belong to Basutos?
The greater part of these taxes, however, do not belong to the King personally.
I have just seen papa, and he says you belong to great people.
The boat he supposed to belong to Robert, and he was determined to spoil it.
To some stage of that period the objects found in the tombs must belong.
mid-14c., "to go along with, properly relate to," from be- intensive prefix, + longen "to go," from Old English langian "pertain to, to go along with," of unknown origin. Senses of "be the property of" and "be a member of" first recorded late 14c. Cognate with Middle Dutch belanghen, Dutch belangen, German belangen. Replaced earlier Old English gelang, with completive prefix ge-.