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  • (US) IPA: /ˈiːzmənt/

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From Old French aisement.

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Singular
Easement

Plural
Easements

Easement (plural Easements)
  1. (law) Legal right to use another person's property
    • The power company has an easement to put their poles along the edge of this land.
  2. (archaic) Relief, easing.
    • 1666, John Bunyan, Grace Abounding to Chief of Sinners
      This therefore was a great easement to my mind, to wit, that my sin was pardonable,...
  3. (archaic) Shed, a small outbuilding.
    • 1888, Sir Richard Burton, The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
      Now at that time all the cabinets of easement were full of people, nor did one remain vacant, ...

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et:easement io:easement ru:easement ta:easement vi:easement zh:easement

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