Definition of abutter in English:

abutter

Line breaks: abut|ter
Pronunciation: /əˈbʌtə
 
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noun

chiefly US
The owner of an adjoining property.
More example sentences
  • Large or oddly shaped lots may have several abutters to the rear, sides, or across the street.
  • For further clarification on abutters lists for particular projects, kindly contact the petitioned board or agency.
  • ‘We are abutters and we were not notified of any of the meetings,’ he said.

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