Bequeath in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Bequeath

to give or leave by will

Examples of Bequeath in a sentence

Since my father and I had often worked together on his classic car, I was not surprised to learn his will included his desire to bequeath me the vehicle.  🔊

The billionaire’s will states that he plans to bequeath all of his fortune to his butler.  🔊

Upon her death, my aunt plans to bequeath me her china collection.  🔊

My penniless mother had nothing to bequeath me in her will.  🔊

Although the millionaire hates his children, he has decided to bequeath them a small portion of his estate.  🔊

Larry worked for fifty years because he wanted to be able to bequeath his wife a tidy sum when he died.  🔊

Since John lost most of his money at the gambling tables, he had very little to bequeath to his children.  🔊

The spoiled children were upset about their father’s decision to bequeath his entire estate to the church.  🔊

Because my father and I never got along, he did not bequeath me any portion of his wealth.  🔊

Nobody was shocked when the strange old lady decided to bequeath her fortune to her cat.  🔊

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