Someone who inherits something; an heir

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  • Inheritor — In*her it*or, n. One who inherits; an heir. [1913 Webster] Born inheritors of the dignity. Milton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • inheritor — index beneficiary, devisee, heir, legatee, recipient, transferee Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • inheritor — meaning ‘a person who inherits’, is spelt or, not er. It can be used of both a man and a woman …   Modern English usage

  • inheritor — inherit in‧her‧it [ɪnˈhert] verb [transitive] 1. LAW to receive money or property from someone after they have died: • She will inherit her father s entire fortune when he dies. inherit something from somebody • We built the house on land… …   Financial and business terms

  • inheritor — UK [ɪnˈherɪtə(r)] / US [ɪnˈherɪtər] noun [countable] Word forms inheritor : singular inheritor plural inheritors someone who inherits something …   English dictionary

  • inheritor — in|he|r|i|tor [ınˈherıtə US ər] n 1.) someone who receives money, property etc from someone who has just died 2.) someone who follows in an established way of life or thinking inheritor of ▪ These writers are inheritors of his work …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • inheritor — [[t]ɪnhe̱rɪtə(r)[/t]] inheritors 1) N COUNT: usu pl, usu N of n The inheritors of something such as a tradition are the people who live or arrive after it has been established and are able to benefit from it. ...the proud inheritors of the… …   English dictionary

  • inheritor — inherit ► VERB (inherited, inheriting) 1) receive (money, property, or a title) as an heir at the death of the previous holder. 2) derive (a quality or characteristic) from one s parents or ancestors. 3) receive or be left with (a situation,… …   English terms dictionary

  • inheritor — noun see inherit …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • inheritor — /in her i teuhr/, n. a person who inherits; heir. [1400 50; late ME enheritour, er. See INHERIT, OR2] * * * …   Universalium

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