Synonyms for heir presumptive

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The New Dominant was only heir presumptive then, or heir apparent but not obvious.

The King and the heir presumptive were nearly of the same age.

He summons him to take a place in his house as the heir presumptive.

Aunt Caroline's heir presumptive packed a pipe and lighted it.

Yes, dear—the decree—that would have made you Heir Presumptive—and now King.

He was heir presumptive to the throne, and a bold and daring prince.

At breakfast, dinner, supper the heir presumptive was in a high-chair beside him.

Clarke was reported to be the heir presumptive to a large fortune.

As the wife of the heir presumptive to the richest Earldom in the realm, her origin would never be canvassed nor thought of.

Emanuel Geibel presented himself as heir presumptive to the mantle of Heine.