plat

Part of speech: verb

To plait.

Part of speech: noun

A small piece of ground; a plot.

Part of speech: verb

Same as PLAIT.

Part of speech: noun

A plait.

Part of speech: verb

To lay out in plats or plots.

Part of speech: noun

A plotted map.

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Usage examples "plat":

  1. As to these three, the plat showed the courthouse situated as at present, with the clerk's office almost directly south a distance of about 300 feet, and the jail about the same distance south, but in back and west of the clerk's office. - "The Fairfax County Courthouse", Ross D. Netherton Ruby Waldeck.
  2. In some points, the black rock rises perpendicularly from its margin, like those at Chepstow; at others, a mill, with its owner's cottage, its corn- plat, and its poultry, present a delightful image of industry and comfort. - "Domestic Manners of the Americans", Fanny Trollope.
  3. The description and plat shall then be recorded by the recorder in a book to be called the " homestead book," which shall be provided with a proper index. - "Legal Status Of Women In Iowa", Jennie Lansley Wilson.