Definition of "emblements"
  1. The right of a tenant to harvest the annual crops they cultivated, even if they pass away before the harvest
How to use "emblements" in a sentence
  1. After the farmer’s sudden demise, his family was able to claim the emblements.
  2. Because she had planted and tended the crops herself, she held the right to the emblements.
  3. The emblements, though only relevant to annual crops, still offered a degree of posthumous security to the farmer.

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