Definition of Estoppage

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Estoppage

estival
estivate
estivated
estivates
estivating
estivation
estivations
estivator
estivators
estivoautumnal
estoc
estocs
estoile
estoiles
estop
estoppage (current term)
estoppages
estopped
estoppel
estoppel by deed
estoppels
estopping
estops
estover
estovers
estrade
estrades
estradiol
estradiol-17 beta sulfotransferase
estradiol 15 alpha-hydroxylase

Literary usage of Estoppage

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The History of North America by Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe (1905)
"The balance of benefit between war and estoppage of trade with foreign countries was in almost every way on the side of war. Each measure would act as a ..."

2. The Mount Vernon Street Warrens: A Boston Story, 1860-1910 by Martin Green (1880)
"In a letter from Ned's attorney, Youngman, to Sam's attorney, Gorham, it appears that the latter pleaded estoppage, arguing that Ned had accepted the trust ..."

3. The Encyclopædia of Evidence by Edgar Whittlesey Camp, John Finley Crowe (1907)
"To show their right of estoppage in transitu Smith & Co. relied upon evidence introduced by them to the effect that " the individuals composing the firm of ..."

4. The Growth of the Nation, 1809 to 1837: From the Beginning of Madison's by Richard Taylor Stevenson (1905)
"The balance of benefit between war and estoppage of trade with foreign countries was in almost every way on the side of war. Each measure would act as a ..."

5. Christian Marriage: The Ceremony, History and Significance; Ritual by Joel Foote Bingham (1900)
"Guilty parties having advanced to this point without estoppage from the testimony of others, can very seldom, indeed, be expected now to testify against ..."

6. Reports of Cases Determined in the Circuit Court of the United States for by Nathan Clifford, William Henry Clifford (1878)
"... property vests at once in the buyer, subject to the seller's right of estoppage in transitu, if exercised before the former actually obtains possession. ..."

7. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1889)
"... as ordinarily understood, although the ultimate result may be an arrest or estoppage of the process, function, property or action in question. ..."

8. Forest Fires: Their Destructive Work, Causes and Prevention by William Willard Ashe (1895)
"... they finally recognized the interdependence of the agricultural and the forestal interests, and to secure the estoppage of fires and the unreasonable ..."

9. The History of North America by Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe (1905)
"The balance of benefit between war and estoppage of trade with foreign countries was in almost every way on the side of war. Each measure would act as a ..."

10. The Mount Vernon Street Warrens: A Boston Story, 1860-1910 by Martin Green (1880)
"In a letter from Ned's attorney, Youngman, to Sam's attorney, Gorham, it appears that the latter pleaded estoppage, arguing that Ned had accepted the trust ..."

11. The Encyclopædia of Evidence by Edgar Whittlesey Camp, John Finley Crowe (1907)
"To show their right of estoppage in transitu Smith & Co. relied upon evidence introduced by them to the effect that " the individuals composing the firm of ..."

12. The Growth of the Nation, 1809 to 1837: From the Beginning of Madison's by Richard Taylor Stevenson (1905)
"The balance of benefit between war and estoppage of trade with foreign countries was in almost every way on the side of war. Each measure would act as a ..."

13. Christian Marriage: The Ceremony, History and Significance; Ritual by Joel Foote Bingham (1900)
"Guilty parties having advanced to this point without estoppage from the testimony of others, can very seldom, indeed, be expected now to testify against ..."

14. Reports of Cases Determined in the Circuit Court of the United States for by Nathan Clifford, William Henry Clifford (1878)
"... property vests at once in the buyer, subject to the seller's right of estoppage in transitu, if exercised before the former actually obtains possession. ..."

15. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1889)
"... as ordinarily understood, although the ultimate result may be an arrest or estoppage of the process, function, property or action in question. ..."

16. Forest Fires: Their Destructive Work, Causes and Prevention by William Willard Ashe (1895)
"... they finally recognized the interdependence of the agricultural and the forestal interests, and to secure the estoppage of fires and the unreasonable ..."

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