noun, plural tur·ba·ries.
Origin of turbary
Examples from the Web for turbary
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
Another right of common is that of turbary, or the right to cut turf or peat for fuel.
After some further discussion Mr. Hunter warned the people off his farm and declared their supposed "turbary" rights at an end.Disturbed Ireland|Bernard H. Becker
The Pastor had a sort of turbary right, which supplied him with the latter.A Danish Parsonage|John Fulford Vicary
Sir Edward More, in his celebrated rental, gives advice to his son to look after “his turbary.”Recollections of Old Liverpool|A Nonagenarian