WORD OF THE DAY
Appurtenance
ə-PERT-ən-ns
Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, 14th century
1

A complementary, but not necessary, accessory

2

(Legal) A right or privilege that accompanies the principal property

Examples of Appurtenance in a sentence

“She decorated her new car with fun appurtenances such as fuzzy seat covers and a phone holder.”

“The shed on the fence line was considered an appurtenance for the sale of the property.”