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Synonyms for bequeath

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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Collection of bequeathed bodies and their delivery to QMC and the provision of suitably prepared coffins, transportation from QMC to a place of rest and management of the associated arrangements.
We are extremely grateful to all who have bequeathed works to the Isle of Anglesey's collection and we are delighted to exhibit them here for all to enjoy".
The Appellate Court clarified that the will is a request to execute donation bequeathed by the Christian woman to her Muslim husband and son even though according to the personal status law, people of two different religions cannot inherit from each other.
The late owner, Sarah Rubenstein, bequeathed the home to Habitat, winch officially took over the title in June.
But the root of many of our current problems can be traced to the legacy bequeathed us by the Tory party, who now sit on the sidelines doing nothing but criticise.
In 1897 Robert Richardson Dees bequeathed land to the Wallsend Corporation for the creation of a public park.
The defender - whose 'Humorous Westphalian' theme song made him something of a cult hero at the Cottage - bequeathed some unusual gifts to his former team-mates before his loan move to Ipswich.
THE 19th century manor house, bequeathed to the city in 1948 to accommodate youngsters with learning difficulties, was demolished in July 2004 two months after itwas wrecked by fire.
Nelson's scimitar, bequeathed to Davison, achieved pounds 336,650.
The house had recently been bequeathed by the Gladstone family to the Toc H charity as its Liverpool headquarters
The drawing was discovered in a gilt-edged scrapbook on the life of Constable's rival JMW Turner, bequeathed by John Platt (1842-1902).
Helga Wall-Apelt, whose collection of Asian art has been bequeathed to the Ringling Museum, was appointed to the Leadership Committee of the Smithsonian Institution's Folk Life Festival for 2008, meaning she had the chance to visit Bhutan, the festival's featured country, and sip tea with Her Royal Highness Ashi Dorli Wangmo Wangchuck, Queen of Bhutan.
Lisa Reed, who is also a governor at the school, said Cross Inn Primary school near Aberaeron should stay open because it was bequeathed to the village to teach local children.
Our self-assurance was the gigantic gift that the '60s had bequeathed us.
Thus, while Americans are celebrating Independence Day, bequeathed to them by the armed "embattled farmers" of our founding era, Mr.