abuttals

plural noun
abut·​tals | \ ə-ˈbə-tᵊlz \

Definition of abuttals

: the boundaries of lands with respect to adjacent lands

First Known Use of abuttals

1623, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for abuttals

abut + -al entry 2

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Dictionary Entries near abuttals

ab utili

abutilon

abutment

abuttals

abutter

abutting

abuzz

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The first known use of abuttals was in 1623

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Britannica English: Translation of abuttals for Arabic Speakers

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