Definition for EN-FEOFF'

EN-FEOFF', v.t. [enfeff'; Law L. feoffo, feoffare, from fief – which see.]

  1. To give one a feud; hence, to invest with a fee; to give to another any corporeal hereditament, in fee simple or fee tail, by livery of seizin. Cowel. Blackstone.
  2. To surrender or give up. [Not used.] Shak.

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