bequeath

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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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The Slits were one of the first wave of punk, part of the 1976 Chelsea set and bequeathers of some truly ground-breaking records.
1947), "Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis, the Apostle of the Workers", in Erflaters van onze beschaving, Nederlandse gestalten uit zes eeuwen (The Bequeathers of Our Civilization, Dutch Leading Figures from Six Centuries), part IV, Querido Uitgeversmaatschappij (Querido Publishing Company), Amsterdam.
By evading tradition as the term by which to connect artistic bequeathers and inheritors, Frost's poetic in "To an Ancient" leads instead to open questions of poetic transmission.
Heirs may delay labor supply reductions following an inheritance if the reduction sends a signal of "laziness" to other potential bequeathers who may respond by lowering planned bequests (Kotlikoff and Razin 1988).
The larger labor supply response when heirs expect additional inheritances implies that heirs do not delay their hours reduction to avoid sending a signal of low work effort to potential bequeathers.