hustlement

noun hus·tle·ment \ˈhəsəlmənt\

Definition of hustlement

plural

-s

now dialectal

  1. :  household goods :  furniture knickknacks —often used in plural

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Origin and Etymology of hustlement

Middle English ostelement, hustilment article of furniture, from Middle French ostillement, oustillement, from Old French ustillement, from ustil article of furniture, tool, utensil, probably from (assumed) Vulgar Latin usitilia (plural) utensils, alteration of Latin utensilia


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