abut

border on 
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Abut

one thing is said to abut another where it touches, but is not actually tied in, this can vary from buildings forming a terrace to a structural member such as a piece of timber the end of which has simply been planted against another part of the structure
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Abut

A·but' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Abutted ; present participle & verbal noun Abutting .] [ Old French abouter , aboter ; confer French aboutir , and also abuter ; a (L. ad
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Abut

• (v. i.) To project; to terminate or border; to be contiguous; to meet; -- with on, upon, or against; as, his land abuts on the road.
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Abut

v. the properties being close to each other and up against each others' borders as in, the sides of land, are adjoining and the ends abutting to the contiguous thing.
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abut

lie adjacent to another or share a boundary
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