v.t. disinherit.
   ♦ exheredation, n.

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  • Exheredate — Ex*her e*date, v. t. [L., exheredatus, p. p. of exheredare to disinherit; ex out + heres, heredis, heir.] To disinherit. [R.] Huloet. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • exheredate — v. disinherit, exclude from a will; deprive of an inheritance …   English contemporary dictionary

  • exheredate — ex·her·e·date …   English syllables

  • exheredate — To disinherit …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • exheredate — transitive verb see exheridate …   Useful english dictionary

  • disavow — v 1. disclaim, deny, gainsay, contradict, disaffirm; retract, recant, recall, unsay, take back; repudiate, renounce, (usu. under oath) abjure, forswear; defect, apostatize. 2. disown, reject, cast off; disinherit, disherit, Rare. exheredate, cut… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • disown — v 1. repudiate, reject, disclaim, disavow; renounce, forsake, cast off, abandon; deny, recant, retract, take back. 2. disinherit, disherit, Rare. exheredate, cut off; wash one s hands of, turn one s back on, have nothing further to do with …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • exhæredate — exhæredate, ation obs. ff. exheredate, ation …   Useful english dictionary