realty

[ree-uhl-tee, reel-]
noun
real property or real estate.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English realte. See real1, -ty2

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realty (ˈrɪəltɪ)
 
n
another term for real property

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realty
1670, "real estate," from earlier meaning (1544) "real possession."
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Example sentences
To blame, or to make responsible one of another is to run out of realty.
Earlier involvement of realty staff in the project development process.
Underground storage tanks are normally considered realty, are paid for as part of the real estate, and are not moved.
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