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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Plural of: A legal entitlement to passage over another person's ground; The legal entitlement to take priority over another's claim.

Usage examples (34)
  • I sometimes just soar down mainland rights-of-way.
  • Some roads have debris and crews need to clear the rights-of-way.
  • That run on rights-of-way that already exist in most cases, but need upgrading.
  • Counties have made thousands of claims to rights-of-way within the Colorado Plateau. for more
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