adjective droi·tu·ral \ˈdrȯichərəl\

Definition of droitural

  1. :  relating to right or title of property as distinguished from right of possession droitural actions at law

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Origin and Etymology of droitural

French droiture straightforwardness, honesty (from droit straight, upright—from Latin directus straight, direct—+ -ure) + English -al — more at dress

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