abutter

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noun abut·ter \ə-ˈbə-tər\

Definition of abutter

  1. :  one that abuts; specifically :  the owner of a contiguous property

Origin and Etymology of abutter

abut + 2-er


First Known Use: 1673


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abutter

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noun abut·ter \ə-ˈbə-tər\

Legal Definition of abutter

  1. :  one that abuts; specifically :  the owner of an abutting property the abutters on a street

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