abuttal


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a•but•tal

(əˈbʌt l)

n.
1. abuttals, those parts of a piece of land that abut on adjacent lands.
2. the act or state of abutting.
[1620–30]
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I place the many contradictions in the mode of abuttal.
In addition, the vocal organ is not abuttal and there is no obstacle in cavity when someone is sending out the vowel [18].