Definitions for easementˈiz mənt
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a right held by one property owner to make use of the land of another for a limited purpose, as right of passage.
an easing; relief.
Origin of easement:
1350–1400; ME < OF
(law) the privilege of using something that is not your own (as using another's land as a right of way to your own land)
easing, easement, alleviation, relief(noun)
the act of reducing something unpleasant (as pain or annoyance)
"he asked the nurse for relief from the constant pain"
Legal right to use another person's property
The power company has an easement to put their poles along the edge of this land.
Shed, a small outbuilding.
Origin: From aisement
that which gives ease, relief, or assistance; convenience; accommodation
a liberty, privilege, or advantage, which one proprietor has in the estate of another proprietor, distinct from the ownership of the soil, as a way, water course, etc. It is a species of what the civil law calls servitude
a curved member instead of an abrupt change of direction, as in a baseboard, hand rail, etc