appurtenance

an incidental right (as a right-of-way) attached to a principal property right and passing in possession with it


In a recent New Yorker piece, Nicholas Lemann writes, “Southern Louisiana is the site of many environmental depredations, but one of them will never be a feeling of locked-down sterility as an appurtenance of human habitation. Nature has the upper hand.”

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