plural noun meu·bles \mœbl(ə), -b(lə)\

Definition of meubles

  1. :  a class of property under French law that consists essentially of movables — compare immeubles

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Origin and Etymology of meubles

French, from Middle French, from plural of meuble movable goods, from Old French, from meuble movable, from Latin mobilis — more at mobile

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