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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'With my team, we hope to bequeath a Katsina State where the well-being of our people will not be measured by the rich, but the absence of poverty.
Summary: Let's consider that you as a favourite nephew of your uncle never really asked to be the chief legacy holder of the social trash that was bequeathed upon you
Razman said a search at the state Land and Mines Department showed the party received a piece of land bequeathed to a party member in 2012.
MOST wealth held by retired people is likely to be bequeathed to future generations rather than spent, research has found.
The survey also found that 17.3 percent had no plans to bequeath their wealth to their children, but spend it on themselves instead; while 2.6 percent said they would donate it to society.
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.
Perrin, of Lambay Court, Malahide, Co Dublin, denies deceptively inducing Mr Davis to bequeath half his estate at Fairview Strand on January 22, 2009.
Justice Murray Sinclair challenged residential school survivors to come to terms with the past and think about what kind of future they would like to bequeath to their children and grandchildren.
"I also give and bequeath unto Joseph Dochsteder my youngest son to him and his heirs and assigns, forever, the Homestead farm being Lot No.
The congress failed to address the issue of who will succeed Mubarak, whether he will run for another term in office, or whether he will bequeath power to his son Gamal.
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?
Families will be able to "honour their loved one's wish to bequeath their organs" after cardiocirculatory arrest.
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.