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Landed estate   /lˈændəd ɪstˈeɪt/   Listen
Landed estate

noun
1.
Extensive landed property (especially in the country) retained by the owner for his own use.  Synonyms: acres, demesne, estate, land.






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"Landed estate" Quotes from Famous Books



... books of Livy can be easily accounted for, when, in exchange for a mere copy of Livy's imperfect history he got from Beccadelli of Bologna, the minister of King Alphonso I. of Arragon, a sum sufficient wherewith to purchase a landed estate:—"Poggio vendette un codice di Tito Livio per acquistarsi un podere, e il Panormita vendette un podere per acquistare il codice di Tito Livio" (Corniani, tom. II. p. 122). Although, for the purpose of making a statement with a telling or striking effect, these are the ...
— Tacitus and Bracciolini - The Annals Forged in the XVth Century • John Wilson Ross



Words linked to "Landed estate" :   entail, fief, signory, countryseat, manor, glebe, Crown land, smallholding, homestead, immovable, realty, plantation, seigneury, real property, barony, freehold, real estate, hacienda, seigniory, leasehold, feoff



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