[yoo-zoo-fruhk-choo-er-ee, -soo-, yooz-yoo-, yoos-]Roman and Civil Law.
noun, plural u·su·fruc·tu·ar·ies.
  1. a person who has a usufruct property.

Origin of usufructuary

1610–20; < Late Latin ūsūfrūctuārius, equivalent to ūsūfrūctu(s) usufruct + -ārius -ary Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for usufructuary

Historical Examples of usufructuary

  • Now some hold these privileges by a full right of property, some by an usufructuary, and others by a temporary right.

  • Hence it follows that no human being, so long as transactions are free, can ever cease to be the usufructuary of these gifts.

  • Every occupant is, then, necessarily a possessor or usufructuary,—a function which excludes proprietorship.

    What is Property?

    P. J. Proudhon