Definitions of "usufructuary"
  1. A person who possesses the right to use and enjoy the profits and advantages of something belonging to another individual
  2. Pertaining to or involving a right by virtue of which one can use, profit from, and enjoy someone else's property without degrading it or diminishing its substance
How to use "usufructuary" in a sentence
  1. The tenant was a usufructuary, whose rights were limited to using and benefiting from the landlord's asset.
  2. Under the agreement, the organization retained usufructuary rights to the building seriously limiting the range of the decisions the new owner could make.
  3. Mary's usufructuary rights to the forest land allowed her to collect wood for her personal use as long as the forest was not harmed in the process.

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