bequeathing

[ bih-kweeth, -kweeth ]SEE DEFINITION OF bequeathing

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In 1711 he died, bequeathing a large sum of money to the poor.

McCann left a hand-written will bequeathing all his possessions to Karpin.

The notion of a bequeathing and inheriting of views is exaggerated.

He made a will bequeathing his property to Paine, and stabbed himself.

He conceived the idea of bequeathing his property to the state.

By our example, Bequeathing misery to such as love it, Learn to be happy.

On May 16 this will was drawn up, bequeathing the property to a certain person.

To him, her father was now bequeathing her—his dearest earthly treasure.

Frederick has had nothing to do with my uncle's bequeathing the estate to him.

An allusion to the legal forms of conveying and bequeathing property in the middle ages.

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