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synonyms for curtilage

  • street
  • cloister
  • close
  • compass
  • courtyard
  • enclosure
  • forum
  • patio
  • piazza
  • plaza
  • quad
  • quadrangle
  • square
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How to use curtilage in a sentence

In the most crowded parishes the houses had no sufficient curtilage, standing as they did in alleys and courts.
A HISTORY OF EPIDEMICS IN BRITAIN, VOLUME II (OF 2)CHARLES CREIGHTON
They had been seen prowling about the curtilage of the ale-house the night before.
THE YEOMAN ADVENTURERGEORGE W. GOUGH
Lincoln laid off his curtilage on a gentle hillock having a slope on every side.
THE LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLNWARD H. LAMON
He shall also have the curtilage with the garden adjoining the hall on the north side enclosed as it is with hedges and ditches.
PARISH PRIESTS AND THEIR PEOPLE IN THE MIDDLE AGES IN ENGLANDEDWARD L. CUTTS
The house-lot or family curtilage at first devolved strictly within the limits of the family.
THE COMMON LAWOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, JR.
Again, it must be remembered that the house with the greatest amount of slops has, as a rule, the largest curtilage.
THE DWELLING HOUSEGEORGE VIVIAN POORE
On the other hand, there need be no restrictions on the height or cubic contents of any building provided its curtilage be ample.
THE DWELLING HOUSEGEORGE VIVIAN POORE
We made our curtilage here, and here we lived happy until husband died of a fever.
IN THE BOYHOOD OF LINCOLNHEZEKIAH BUTTERWORTH
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WORDS RELATED TO CURTILAGE

  • cloister
  • close
  • compass
  • courtyard
  • curtilage
  • enclosure
  • forum
  • patio
  • piazza
  • plaza
  • quad
  • quadrangle
  • square
  • street
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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