Bequeathment - definition of bequeathment by The Free Dictionary
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be·queath (bĭ-kwēth′, -kwēth′)
1. Law To leave or give (personal property) by will.
2. To pass (something) on to another; hand down: bequeathed to their children a respect for hard work.
be·queath′al, be·queath′ment n.
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"Concern seems to stem from the fact that the council appears to be pushing ahead with plans to redesignate the land for housing, and I have raised the question over the purpose for which the land was originally gifted - having been advised that conditions for its use were attached to the bequeathment
But really, doesn't Lagerfeld's death and his cat's ridiculous bequeathment
just sum up the whole Emperor's New Clothes farce that is the fashion industry?
because it was never Grandfather's to bequeath them to bequeath me to repudiate because it was never old Ikkemotubbe's to sell to Grandfather for bequeathment
and repudiation" (189).