attached or suspended; annexed.
associated as an accompaniment or consequence: the salary appendant to a position.
Law. pertaining to a legal appendant.
a person or thing attached or added.
Law. any subordinate possession or right historically annexed to or dependent on a greater one and automatically passing with it, as by sale or inheritance.
- ap·pend·ance, ap·pend·an·cy, ap·pend·ence, ap·pend·en·cy, noun
- non·ap·pend·ance, noun
- non·ap·pend·ant, adjective
- non·ap·pend·ence, noun
- non·ap·pend·ent, adjective
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How to use appendant in a sentence
This island is fertile, variegated with hill and dale, and equally beautiful as diversified with Rotti, and its appendant isles.Voyage of H.M.S. Pandora | Edward Edwards
Common appendant, common appurtenant, common in gross, and common par cause de vicinage.The Agrarian Problem in the Sixteenth Century | Richard Henry Tawney
Has any of your readers met with, or heard of the second short line, appendant and appurtenant to the first?
Question, 'Does the villein pass to the grantee as a villein in gross, or as a villein appendant to that acre?'
A right of pasture attached to land in the way we have described is said to be appendant or appurtenant to such land.
British Dictionary definitions for appendant
attached, affixed, or added
attendant or associated as an accompaniment or result
a less common word for pendent
law relating to another right
a person or thing attached or added
property law a subordinate right or interest, esp in or over land, attached to a greater interest and automatically passing with the sale of the latter
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