appurtenances
appurtenances appurtenances n. 1. miscellaneous articles needed for a particular operation or sport etc.

Syn: gear, paraphernalia. [WordNet 1.5]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • appurtenances — (n.) apparatus, gear, late 14c.; see APPURTENANCE (Cf. appurtenance) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Appurtenances — The lesser rights and agreements attaching to land, e.g. pasture rights on particular strips of land, with specified quantities of wood and rights of way. Appurtenances were heritable. They were not necessarily all found within one *manor or vill …   Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • appurtenances — plural noun artist s studio with appurtenances for rent Syn: accessories, trappings, appendages, accoutrements, equipment, paraphernalia, impedimenta, bits and pieces, things; informal stuff …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • appurtenances — noun equipment used for a specific task or purpose; gear …   Wiktionary

  • appurtenances — Synonyms and related words: accessories, accouterments, appanages, apparatus, appendages, appliances, appointments, armament, belongings, choses, choses in action, choses in possession, choses local, choses transitory, conveniences, duffel,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • appurtenances — ap·pur·te·nance || É™ pɜːtɪnÉ™ns n. right associated with ownership of property; accessory …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Appurtenances — A right belonging to a property …   Medieval glossary

  • appurtenances — ▶ plural noun ACCESSORIES, trappings, appendages, accoutrements, equipment, paraphernalia, impedimenta, bits and pieces, things; informal stuff …   Useful english dictionary

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