disinherit[ dis-in-her-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF disinherit
Synonyms for disinherit | verbcut off in will of bequeathal
- cut off without a cent
Antonyms for disinherit | verbcut off in will of bequeathal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISINHERIT
And now you come and say: 'Engage yourself to him—and I'll disinherit him at once.
A father had taken offence at his son, and threatened to disinherit him.
And as for the money and all that, if you disinherit her, or—or whatever it is they do—we don't care.
"Your lordship had threatened to disinherit me if I married her," said Rotherby.
I'd ha' married the girl in earnest, but for your threats to disinherit me.
How shall it matter to you, since he's sworn to disinherit you?
Be proud of him, then, even if you disinherit him to-morrow.
You say, 'let us be cautious, lest we disinherit ourselves by seeking the inheritance under the wrong covenant.'
His father might disinherit him, America might sink, but she must smile again.
She did not assist to depose him till he had conspired to disinherit her.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DISINHERIT
- be careless
- be impoverished
- be reduced
- become poorer
- fail to keep
- fall short
- give up
- pass up
- suffer loss
- use up