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Definition of "bequeathing" [bequeathing]

  • Present participle of bequeath. (verb)

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Use "bequeathing" in a sentence
  • "Caesar now cherished little hope that the old King would decide in favor of Rome; the events in Lampsacus were too fresh in every non-Roman mind-and who could blame the King if he could not face the idea of bequeathing his realm to the likes of Gaius Verres?"
  • "I recall considering in my mind the idea of bequeathing my tame squirrel to"
  • "In one sequence, we hear his father's furious outburst when he finds out that his demented mother is bequeathing her lovely French home to a charlatan who wants to turn it into a New Age retreat."
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