Thesaurus / inherit

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Secondly, a right, before any other man, to inherit with his brethren his father's goods.

She expected to inherit all, and is not satisfied with the competency left to her.

We don't know whether that young Weldon, who is paying her attentions just now, is going to inherit his father's money or not.

Why could not the excluded territory continue under the old regime, or inherit, so to speak, the old government machinery?

Fifty Years In The NorthwestWilliam Henry Carman Folsom

The son of this union may be ambitious, imaginative, and energetic, for he may inherit all those qualities from his foreparents.

Not GuiltyRobert Blatchford

She had one son by Mr. Rolfe, whose posterity are at this day in good repute in Virginia, and inherit lands by descent from her.

And how would it be, if a son sprung from the marriage, to inherit both the French and the English throne?

Some families seem to inherit impecuniosity; Goldsmith came thus rightfully, so to speak, by his weakness in this respect.

Genius in Sunshine and ShadowMaturin Murray Ballou

How unfair to bring such an innocent into the world, only to inherit trouble and want!

Bought and Paid ForArthur Hornblow

No one remained to inherit their good name and little fortune.

The Roof of FranceMatilda Betham-Edwards

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