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Definition of "bequeaths" [bequeaths]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bequeath. (verb)

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Use "bequeaths" in a sentence
  • "The more the team he bequeaths is his team the more likely he is to influence decisions."
  • "He cares for Harry affectionately, though in passing on material means for Harry to continue caring for himself, Sirius bequeaths a sense of earthly belonging Harry had not known before."
  • "The writer begins from a vantage point of self-knowledge, or recounts the acquisition of that knowledge, then bequeaths this perfect understanding to the ages (and his or her offspring)."
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