severalty

NOUN
  1. the state of being several and distinct
  2. exclusive individual ownership
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How To Use severalty In A Sentence

  • There exists in this country an endemic resistance to a single thing on a plate and equally an equation between quality and severalty.
  • Tax Planning impersonate in the severalty link of the taxpayer abearance course, piercing through in the enterprises decision-making all the time .
  • Gregory for Marcus on Podex by Daddy de Wyer, old baga-broth, beeves and scullogues, churls and vassals, in same, sept and severalty and one by one and sing a mamalujo. Finnegans Wake
  • Page 418 cousin Hetty Lomax, jointly, and to their heirs forever, on condition that the said devisees should intermarry with each other within one year from the death of the devisor; and in case either of the said devisees should refuse to intermarry with the other, then the part of such devisee was to go to the other, who should thereafter hold the fee in severalty, free of all claim from the other. Bricks without Straw A Novel
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