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The heritor who was entitled to and always received this token of respect, was Mr. Miller, proprietor of Dalswinton.
REMINISCENCES OF SCOTTISH LIFE AND CHARACTEREDWARD BANNERMAN RAMSAY
A fierce, untamed girl of primitive instincts, she was the heritor of the family temperament.
THE SHERIFF'S SONWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
The heritor who was entitled to, and always received, this token of respect, was Miller of Dalswinton.
CLERGYMEN AND DOCTORSANONYMOUS
Oh, noble descendant of noble men—oh, noble heritor of a noble race.
A FAIR MYSTERYBERTHA M. CLAY
He had been a sorry Norman else; no true heritor of the wild sea-kings.
THE SIEGE OF NORWICH CASTLEMATILDA MARIA BLAKE
"Ye'll hae nae want o' thae sma' heritor creatures after ye, dame," said he, as he condescended to sit down by the blushing widow.
WILSON'S TALES OF THE BORDERS AND OF SCOTLANDVARIOUS
The puny gentleman—a thing of yesterday—was insignificant in the presence of the cottar of Oranmore—a true heritor of the soil.
MERKLANDMRS. OLIPHANT
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO HERITOR

  • beneficiary
  • descendant
  • follower
  • heritor
  • inheritor
  • next in line
  • replacement
  • scion
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