plural noun Law.
Origin of estovers
Examples from the Web for estovers
It would be strange to my purpose to discuss the details of common of estovers, of turbary, or of fishery.Villainage in England|Paul Vinogradoff
The various kinds of estovers were thus known as house-bote, cart or plough-bote, hedge or hay-bote, and fire-bote respectively.
Common of estovers is the liberty of taking the necessary wood for a house or farm from another's estate.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Moreover, the statutes have never enabled an inclosure to be made against commoners entitled to estovers or turbary.