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Definition of "exheredation" []

  • A disinheriting; disherison. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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  • "What has ever come of them but divorce and exheredation, sometimes worse fate, to the ambitious intruder?"
  • "It was necessary, on this account, that Lord Sinclair should disinherit his eldest son; and "as it would," says Sir Walter Scott, "have been highly impolitic to have alleged his forfeiture for treason as a cause of the deed, the slaughter of the Schaws was given as a reason for his exheredation.""