estate

[ ih-steyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF estate

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The rest of the estate went to the testator's widow for life, and then to charity.

Speculation was rife as to who would inherit the estate which he left behind him.

I have advised you to resume your own estate: that you won't do.

During Tuesday the body was viewed by the tenants on the estate, the neighbors and friends.

Now then, John, you are the administrator of my father's estate; you have seen what you have seen.

They showed exactly what monies had been paid into the bank for the estate.

There is nothing to do but go over the revenue from the estate.

Had not we best finish our business first, about the O'Reilly estate, sir?

This has not been his fault but his misfortune—the settling of an estate, it may be, or the death of a master.

Then Papa bought an estate and now we are living on Lake Geneva.

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