inherit[ in-her-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF inherit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHERIT
The false cannot inherit the true nor the unclean the lovely.
No one remained to inherit their good name and little fortune.
They do not buy it; they do not conquer it, but they inherit it.
Your father is not an old man; he may marry again, and have a son to inherit his wealth.
You will inherit a very good practice and a comfortable fortune.
And the beggar-king is rich and has money, but no son to inherit it.
He is just finishing his law studies, and he will inherit his father's practice as a solicitor.
She did not, however, inherit the latter's animal devotion and endurance.
We inherit the right to be interested in Argentina, and to be proud of Argentina.
It is for those who inherit the commencement we have made to do that; not for us, the pioneers.