Disinherit Definition

dĭsĭn-hĕrĭt
disinherited, disinherits
verb
disinherited, disinherits
To deprive (esp. an heir) of an inheritance or the right to inherit.
Webster's New World
To deprive of any right or established privilege.
Webster's New World
Synonyms:
disownexcludedisaffiliatedeprivecut offdeprive of one's inheritanceexclude from inheritancestrike from one's willcast-offdispossess of hereditary rightoustcut off without a pennydivestdispossessevict
Antonyms:
bequeathgive

Origin of Disinherit

  • Middle English

    From Wiktionary

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