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Disinherit

verb
(past & past part. disinherited; pres. part. disinheriting)
1.
Prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting.  Synonym: disown.



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"Disinherit" Quotes from Famous Books



... but be, my dear," he hiccoughed. "An only child—no one else on earth to come in for his gold—couldn't help but be his heiress, you know—couldn't disinherit you if he wanted to. You've got the old chap foul enough there, ha, ...
— Mischievous Maid Faynie • Laura Jean Libbey



Words linked to "Disinherit" :   disinheritance, deprive, bequeath, disown



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