heir[ air ]SEE DEFINITION OF heir
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEIR
But at least it is heir to the conquests which go to its stage of advance.
I have plenty for both boys, but the dark one must be the heir.
Morning for the heir, night for the houseless, and God's eye over both.
He, once the heir to such fortunes, the darling of such affections!
On the face of a rich man's heir is written the rich man's memento mori!
To whatever their easy fortune might be, he appeared the heir.
I stand again beneath a roof that was my father's,—the Heir of Beaufort!
He prized him as an heir rather than treasured him as a son.
She alone was left, heir to all the memories and tragedies of the house.
That one shall be heir to all the successes of each of us and shall disclaim all the failures of each.