bequeathed

[ bih-kweeth, -kweeth ]SEE DEFINITION OF bequeathed
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His father had been dead for some time, and had bequeathed his interest in the case to him!

A confessor was sent for, and he bequeathed his kingdom to his son Henry.

Ziska bequeathed his skin to be used as a drum to inspire the valour of the Bohemians.

Confidence cannot be compelled; it cannot be bequeathed—or, at most, only to a very limited extent.

Is it credible that the possessions of the spirit can be bequeathed at all?

These were modest dwellings, which they bequeathed unaltered to their children's children.

Scott can hardly be said to have bequeathed good luck to any of these his descendants.

I suppose the slight headache which I feel is one bequeathed me by Burr.

Besides, there was the legacy of debt which his father had bequeathed him.

"You ought not, perhaps, since it was the only one he bequeathed," quoth the lady.

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