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  • n. Alternative form of appurtenance.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See appurtenance.


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  • For since thy good works, not thy goods, will follow thee; since wealth is an appertinance of life, and no dead man is rich; to famish in plenty, and live poorly, to die rich, were a multiplying improvement in madness, and use upon use in folly.

    Christian Morals


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