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metes and bounds

noun plural \ˈmēts-ənd-ˈbau̇ndz\

Legal Definition of metes and bounds

  1. :  the boundaries or limits of a tract of land especially as described by reference to lines and distances between points on the land

Origin and Etymology of metes and bounds

translation of Anglo-French metes et boundes

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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