bequeath


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Synonyms for bequeath

to give (property) to another person after one's death

to convey (something) from one generation to the next

Synonyms for bequeath

leave or give by will after one's death

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Subject to above all my residuary estate including the corpus that may fall after the lapse of life interests or otherwise to be divided into three parts and I bequeath One part to Aligarh University One Part to Islamia College Peshawar and One Part to Sindh Madressa of Karachi.
1 : to give or leave by means of a will <I bequeath this ring to my sister.
I do not know what conditions apply to the former - I dread to think - but, should I bequeath the points to our daughter, would she have to pay 40% (IGT) to the Treasury?
It is understood Mr Fox had no close family members, and therefore chose to bequeath the bulk of his estate to the RNLI.
Families will be able to "honour their loved one's wish to bequeath their organs" after cardiocirculatory arrest.
Actor Bernard Bragg recently announced that he plans to bequeath a portion of his estate, now valued at roughly $200,000, to the Department of Deaf Studies at California State University, Northridge.
What Taylor himself will bequeath as a legacy--and the guy seems far from through--is one of the richest and most creative collections of work in 20th century dance.
Determine a legacy for your collection whether you bequeath it to relatives, donate it, or sell it to a repository.