coinheritor

coinheritor

(ˌkəʊɪnˈhɛrɪtə)
n
a fellow inheritor
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Yet later in the text, when he has made the decision to convert, we find Judah proudly kidnapping his 7-year-old half-brother, because "I most passionately wished for him to become with me a coinheritor of divine grace through the regenerative cleansing of baptism.
Despite the murmurings at the time of Justice Callinan's appointment and for a short time thereafter from some--but certainly not all--quarters, (3) his Honour's judicial record has shown him to be indeed a worthy coinheritor of this long and proud tradition, and a reminder of the benefits that can come from appointments directly from the Bar to even the very highest level of the Bench.