disinherit

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Verb[change]

Plain form
disinherit

Third-person singular
disinherits

Past tense
disinherited

Past participle
disinherited

Present participle
disinheriting

  1. (transitive) If you disinherit your family member or someone else, you prevent them from inheriting your property, usually because you feel that they've done something wrong.
    The Duke is seeking to disinherit his eldest son over the incident.

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