emblement definition

  • noun:
    • Annual crops created by cultivation. Emblements are treated as individual residential property.
    • The growing crop, or earnings of a crop which has been sown or planted; -- used particularly in the plural. The produce of lawn, woods, and the like, just isn't emblement.
    • plural In law, those yearly farming products that demand tradition, as distinguished from those which grow in an instant; plants which need yearly sowing, or, like hops, annual education and culture.
    • the ability to such crops.
    • Annual plants produced by cultivation. Emblements tend to be addressed as private property.
    • The growing crop, or earnings of a crop which was sown or grown; -- used particularly in the plural. The produce of grass, trees, and stuff like that, is not emblement.
    • plural in-law, those annual farming products that demand tradition, as distinguished from those which develop spontaneously; crops which need annual growing, or, like hops, yearly instruction and culture.
    • the ability to these types of plants.
    • Annual plants generated by cultivation. Emblements are addressed as private property.
    • The growing crop, or profits of a crop which has been sown or planted; -- used especially in the plural. The produce of grass, trees, and so on, is not emblement.
    • plural in-law, those annual agricultural products which need culture, as distinguished from those which develop in an instant; crops which need yearly sowing, or, like hops, yearly training and culture.
    • The right to such crops.

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