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1estate

noun es·tate \i-ˈstāt\

: all of the things that a person owns

: the things left by someone who has died

: a large piece of land with a large house on it

Full Definition of ESTATE

2
:  social standing or rank especially of a high order
3
:  a social or political class; specifically :  one of the great classes (as the nobility, the clergy, and the commons) formerly vested with distinct political powers
4
a :  the degree, quality, nature, and extent of one's interest in land or other property
b (1) :  possessions, property; especially :  a person's property in land and tenements <a man of small estate>
(2) :  the assets and liabilities left by a person at death
c :  a landed property usually with a large house on it
d British :  project 4
5
British :  station wagon
6
:  farm, plantation; also :  vineyard

Examples of ESTATE

  1. His estate is worth millions of dollars.
  2. He inherited the estate from his parents.
  3. the grounds of the estate

Origin of ESTATE

Middle English estat, from Anglo-French — more at state
First Known Use: 13th century

Rhymes with ESTATE

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2estate

adjective

Definition of ESTATE

:  previously owned by another and usually of high quality <estate jewelry>

First Known Use of ESTATE

1978

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