frontage

noun front·age \ ˈfrən-tij \
Updated on: 8 Dec 2017

Definition of frontage

1 a : a piece of land that lies adjacent (as to a street or the ocean)
b : the land between the front of a building and the street
c : the length of a frontage
2 : the act or fact of facing a given way
3 : the front side of a building

Examples of frontage in a Sentence

  1. We have 200 feet of frontage on Main Street.

  2. the vineyard's southern frontage results in earlier-than-usual ripening of the grapes

Recent Examples of frontage from the Web

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First Known Use of frontage

1622

frontage Synonyms

Synonyms
aspect, exposure, orientation
Related Words
alignment (also alinement), arrangement

FRONTAGE Defined for English Language Learners

frontage

noun

Definition of frontage for English Language Learners

  • : the part of a building or of the land that a building is on that runs along a river, road, etc.


Law Dictionary

frontage

noun front·age \ ˈfrən-tij \

legal Definition of frontage

1 : a piece of land that lies adjacent (as to a street or the ocean)
2 : the land between the front of a building and the street
3 : the length of a frontage


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