. s. f.
T. de Droit. Augmentation que reçoit un terrain par la retraite insensible des eaux ou par atterrissement Accrue de bois, Augmentation de l'étendue d'un bois, qui se fait naturellement, sans qu'on ait planté ni semé.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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