abut (Meaning)

Wordnet

abut (v)

lie adjacent to another or share a boundary

Webster

abut (v. i.)

To project; to terminate or border; to be contiguous; to meet; -- with on, upon, or against; as, his land abuts on the road.

abut Sentence Examples

  1. The new office building will abut the existing one, creating a seamless transition between the two structures.
  2. The riverbank will abut the proposed park, providing a picturesque view for visitors.
  3. The garden fence will abut the property line, ensuring a clear boundary between the two yards.
  4. The highway project aims to abut the residential neighborhood without encroaching on private properties.
  5. The apartment complex will abut the commercial district, offering residents easy access to shops and services.
  6. The hiking trail will abut the forest, allowing outdoor enthusiasts to explore the natural surroundings.
  7. The school playground will abut the sports field, providing additional recreational space for students.
  8. The railway tracks will abut the industrial area, facilitating the transportation of goods.
  9. The shopping mall will abut the main road, enhancing visibility and accessibility for shoppers.
  10. The community park will abut the waterfront, offering residents a scenic and relaxing space.

FAQs About the word abut

lie adjacent to another or share a boundaryTo project; to terminate or border; to be contiguous; to meet; -- with on, upon, or against; as, his land abuts on th

adjoin, neighbor, surround, touch, join, flank, march (with), butt (on or against), fence, attach (to)

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The new office building will abut the existing one, creating a seamless transition between the two structures.

The riverbank will abut the proposed park, providing a picturesque view for visitors.

The garden fence will abut the property line, ensuring a clear boundary between the two yards.

The highway project aims to abut the residential neighborhood without encroaching on private properties.