abuttal

[ uh-buht-l ]
/ əˈbʌt l /

noun

abuttals,
  1. those parts of one piece of land that abut on adjacent lands; boundaries.
  2. Also buttals.Law.the boundary lines of a piece of land in relation to adjacent lands.
the act or state of abutting.

Nearby words

  1. abuser,
  2. abusive,
  3. abut,
  4. abutilon,
  5. abutment,
  6. abuttals,
  7. abutter,
  8. abuzz,
  9. abv,
  10. abv.

Origin of abuttal

First recorded in 1620–30; abut + -al2

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British Dictionary definitions for abuttals

abuttals

/ (əˈbʌtəlz) /

pl n

property law the boundaries of a plot of land where it abuts against other property
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