abut

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To touch by means of a mutual border, edge or end; to border on; to lie adjacent; to project; to terminate; to be contiguous; to meet

His land abuts on the road.

To abut on
to touch at the end or boundary line
{v} to border upon, join, terminate
Adjoin or share a common boundary, or share even a small portion of a boundary
lie adjacent to another or share a boundary; "Canada adjoins the U S "; "England marches with Scotland"
to touch, border on, be adjacent to, or share a common boundary with
adjoin, as in two real properties
To touch or border upon A piece of land bordering on a street or an adjoining property is said to abut such street or property
To be next to or touch another property or body of water
To border on or to share a common boundary
To border on or to share a common boundary For example, a property owner could have land that "abuts" a highway, which means the two properties border each other
Boundaries of contiguous properties with no intervening land To join or rest against another To butt up against
To reach; to touch In old law, the ends were said to abut, the sides to adjoin The term "abutting" implies a closer proximity than the term "adjacent "
To touch or border upon A piece of land bordering on a street or an adjoining piece of property is said to abut such street or property
To project; to terminate or border; to be contiguous; to meet; with on, upon, or against; as, his land abuts on the road
{f} join, adjoin, be adjacent; touch, border on
When land or a building abuts something or abuts on something, it is next to it. = adjoin. if one piece of land or a building abuts another, it is next to it or touches one side of it (Partly from aboter , from bout , from boter ; partly from abuter , from but )
abut on
To border on

Now the two bounding notes of an enharmonic tetrachord of the relevant sort will indeed both be the lowest notes of pykna when the tetrachords are put together in conjunction; but the higher of them can never abut on a pyknon in the case envisaged here, where the tone is introduced to disjoin the tetrachords.

abut on
border on, be right next to
abut upon
border on, be right next to
abuts
third-person singular of abut
abutted
past of abut
abutting
The joining, reaching, or touching of adjoining land Abutting pieces of land have a common boundary
abutting
Making direct contact with or immediately bordering
abutting
having a common boundary or edge; touching; "abutting lots"; "adjoining rooms"; "Rhode Island has two bordering states; Massachusetts and Conncecticut"; "the side of Germany conterminous with France"; "Utah and the contiguous state of Idaho"; "neighboring cities
abutting
Property adjoining or bordering another property
abutting
present participle of abut
abutting
Having a common boundary with, or touching along a border [1]
abutting
adjoining, adjacent, bordering
abutting
{s} adjoining; having common borders
abut
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