Definition of appurtenant in English:

appurtenant

Line breaks: ap¦pur¦ten|ant
Pronunciation: /əˈpəːt(ɪ)nənt
 
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adjective

Belonging; pertinent: properties appurtenant to the main building
More example sentences
  • According to the US Department of the Interior, it is 726.4 ft tall, weighs more than 6.6 million tons and has 118 million ft of concrete in the dam, power plant, and appurtenant works.
  • The substance of the present matter is that the payments were received by the taxpayer as consideration for a once-and-for-all disposal of a right or advantage appurtenant to the land - namely the right or advantage of using it for dumping…
  • His inclusion of Africans is crucial, for saliently appurtenant to his remapping and reclamation is the recognition that neither Homewood nor Promised Land can be the sole genesis of his family.

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French apartenant 'appertaining', from the verb apartenir (see appertain).

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