Pronunciation of Bequeath
/b_ɪ_k_w_ˈiː_θ/, /bɪkwˈiːθ/, /bɪkwˈiːθ/
Antonyms for bequeath:
defalcates, dis affiliates, dis-possess, cutting without a cent, be-reave, be reave, Defalcating, burgle, cut off without cent, be reaving, glomming on to, dis-affiliates, gat fingers on, all-owed, de-spoils, dis-affiliated, mis appropriated, mis appropriate, re-served, taking over, pro-moting, cut without a cent, breaking in to, mis-appropriated, broke into, gets hands on, gotten fingers on, de-falcated, de-fraud, de-frauds, moonlight requisition, glommed on to, dis inheriting, break into, defalcate, breaks in to, grabbed hold of, disinherit, dis owning, dis-inherits, pro-mote, cuts off without cent, de vote, de-voting, de spoiling, keep, rob, with holds, be-reft, moonlights requisition, re serve, de voted, filch, be-reaves, break in to, dis burse, mis-appropriate, dis-possessing, re-serve, dis-inherit, de spoils, disaffiliating, got hands on, Defalcated, brake in to, dis-affiliate, sticks up, dis owned, cut without cent, heisting, all owed, gloms to, be reaved, de-spoiling, embezzle, de-voted, Copped, de-spoil, all owing, de fraud, exheridate, with-holds, cutting off without a cent, de-spoiled, take over, broke in to, dis possessed, moonlighting requisition, strong arm, breaks into, dis burses, dis affiliated, appropriate, dis affiliate, re served, grabbing hold of, dis possesses, sticked up, pro moting, dis-owned, sets apart, with holding, be reaves, de falcate, be-reaving, pro-motes, get hands on, dis inherited, receive, dis-owning, re-serving, stick up, dis-affiliating, dis-possesses, moonlighted requisition, de votes, dis-inheriting, de-votes, de-vote, stuck up, exheridates, usurped, de frauds, heisted, get fingers on, getting hands on, dis affiliating, exheridated, set apart, dis possessing, copping, disaffiliates, mis-appropriates, gloms on to, with-hold, with hold, gat hands on, got fingers on, de spoil, burgling, breaking into, setting apart, with-held, cutting off without cent, dis inherits, strongarm, be reft, sticking up, dis-burses, gotten hands on, exheridating, cuts without cent, cut off without a cent, brake into, grabs hold of, getting fingers on, disown, cuts without a cent, burgled, glom to, dis-burse, de spoiled, re-serves, be-reaved, dis possess, take, takes over, de-falcate, mis appropriates, dis-inherited, cutting without cent, glomming to, with held, gets fingers on, mis-appropriating, de voting, glommed to, grab hold of, cuts off without a cent, dis-possessed, all-owing, de falcated, dis inherit, mis appropriating, glom on to, disaffiliate, disaffiliated, re serving, burgles, took over.
Usage examples for bequeath:
- He said faintly, " I will and bequeath"- The servant girl, seeing her mistress bury her face in her handkerchief, did the same. - "Strange True Stories of Louisiana", George Washington Cable.
- She says she'll never tell and when she dies she will bequeath the recipe to her best friend. - "The Merriweather Girls and the Mystery of the Queen's Fan", Lizette M. Edholm.
- So he had grown rich at last, and thought to transmit to his only son all the cut- and- dried experience which he himself had purchased at the price of his lost illusions; a noble last illusion of age which fondly seeks to bequeath its virtues and its wary prudence to heedless youth, intent only on the enjoyment of the enchanted life that lies before it. - "The Country Doctor", Honore de Balzac.
Idioms for bequeath:
- bequeath sth to sm;