disinherit

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Synonyms for disinherit

cut off

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prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting

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A threat on your part that you would disinherit him in case of disobedience would only be followed by resistance on his.
I tell you,' returned the other with an increased earnestness, which, whether it were real or assumed, had the same effect on his companion, 'that he lives for her, that his whole energies and thoughts are bound up in her, that he would no more disinherit her for an act of disobedience than he would take me into his favour again for any act of obedience or virtue that I could possibly be guilty of.
Agatha Christie's Poirot STV, Today, 7pm This repeat sees Hercule (David Suchet) probing the affairs of Richard Abernethie, the head of an artistic North Country family who disinherits his son just before his death.
00pm) A North Country patriarch disinherits his son just before dying and foul play confirmed when the victim's youngest sister hacked to death.
00pm) A North Country patriarch disinherits his son just before dying and foul play is confirmed when the victim's youngest sister is hacked to death.
00pm) A man disinherits his son just before dying and foul play is confirmed when the victim's youngest sister is hacked to death.
There are two separate sections of Anna Nicole's will devoted to disinheriting her family, descendants, spouses, and a third section that disinherits beneficiaries that contest the will.
The patriarch of an artistic North Country family disinherits his son in suspicious circumstances just before his demise.