noun sep·i·ment \ˈsepəmənt\

Definition of sepiment



  1. :  something (as a hedge or fence) that encloses

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Origin and Etymology of sepiment

Latin saepimentum, from saepire to fence, enclose with a hedge (from saepes hedge, fence); probably akin to Greek haimos thicket, haimasia stone wall

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a trip made at another's expense

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