in–lot

noun

Definition of in–lot

  1. 1 :  a lot of land within a larger plot :  interior lot in a retail district, the corner is more desirable than the in-lots — H. E. Hoagland

  2. 2 :  a homestead lot on a townsite granted or sold to an early settler in North America

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Origin and Etymology of in–lot

4in + lot


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