Letters-patent



plural noun, Law.
1.
a written or printed instrument issued by a sovereign power, conferring upon a patentee some right, as the exclusive right to land or the exclusive right to make, use, and sell an invention for a limited time.
plural noun
1.
See patent (sense 6)

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