Alluvion

Alluvion is a legal term describing the increase in the area of land due to sediment (alluvium) deposited by a river. This changes the size of a piece of land (a process called accession) and thus its value over time. ...
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Alluvion

• (n.) Wash or flow of water against the shore or bank. • (n.) Matter deposited by an inundation or the action of flowing water; alluvium. • (n.) An accession of land gradually washed to the shore or bank by the flowing of water. See Accretion. • (n.) An overflowing; an inundation; a flood.
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alluvion

1. Wash or flow of water against the shore or bank. ... 2. An overflowing; an inundation; a flood. ... 3. Matter deposited by an inundation or the action of flowing water; alluvium. 'The golden alluvions are there [in California and Australia] spread over a far wider space: they are found not only on the banks of rivers, and in their beds, but are ...
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alluvion

noun gradual formation of new land, by recession of the sea or deposit of sediment
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Alluvion

Al·lu'vi·on noun [ French alluvion , Latin alluvio , from alluere to wash against; ad + luere , equiv. to lavare , to wash. See Lave .] 1. Wash or flow of water against the shore or bank. 2. An overflowing; an inundation; a flood. ...
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Alluvion

adj. argumentative word is used for questions of the nature that might prompt some witness to draw conclusions from some fact. Argumentative is an evidentiary objection. The objection against it is raised as, "Objection your Honor, argumentative". Since a witness is not supposed to be made to draw inferences from information.
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alluvion

alluvion 1. The flow of water against a shore or bank. 2. Inundation by water; flood. 3 In law, the increasing of land area along a shore by deposited alluvium or by the recession of water.
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Alluvion

An increase in one's land from soil deposited on the shoreline by natural action of a stream, river, bay, or ocean. Compare: accretion
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alluvion

effect of water impacting on shoreline
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Alluvion

The insensible increase of the earth on a shore or bank of a river by the force of the, water, as by a current or by waves. It is a part of the definition that the addition, should be so gradual that no one can judge how much is added at each moment of time. The proprietor of the bank increased by alluvion is entitled to the addition. Alluvion diff...
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alluvion

[n] - gradual formation of new land, by recession of the sea or deposit of sediment
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