Peppercorn

[legal] A peppercorn in legal parlance is a metaphor for a very small payment, a nominal consideration, used to satisfy the requirements for the creation of a legal contract. "A peppercorn does not cease to be good consideration if it is established that the promisee does not like pepper and will throw away the corn." Somervell LJ in Chappe
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Peppercorn

Pep'per┬Ěcorn` noun 1. A dried berry of the black pepper ( Piper nigrum ). 2. Anything insignificant; a particle.
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peppercorn

noun pungent seasoning from the berry of the common pepper plant of East India; use whole or ground
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Peppercorn

• (n.) Anything insignificant; a particle. • (n.) A dried berry of the black pepper (Piper nigrum).
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Peppercorn

The original meaning of peppercorn is the fruit of black pepper. It may also refer to: Other plants: People: Steam locomotive classes named after Arthur Peppercorn: ...
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