entailed

[ verb en-teyl; noun en-teyl, en-teyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF entailed

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But, as Laura Ann said, it entailed things, notably industry.

The rag jammed in the barrel and entailed a hard pull to extract it.

Entailed on the baby about to be born, if he happens to be a boy.

You know the law about succeeding to peerages and entailed lands?

But I know too well that he is my father; and that he has entailed on me everlasting sorrow.

There was little money, and the estate was entailed on the elder brother.

It also entailed a language of its own, as does each mediation.

VI., he entailed his several manors and estates on his sons, Anthony and Edmund.

This entailed several exhilarating afternoons out of bounds.

All my estates are entailed, and if you can prove that you are next of kin, you will succeed.

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