Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inherit.(verb)
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Use "inherits" in a sentence
"The iPad obviously has huge potential for vertical markets (especially healthcare) and the ease of programming it (presumably) inherits from the iPhone makes it a more nimble platform than anything Windows based."
"She addresses the standards the work sets for itself or inherits from the previous works: Meyer's prose seldom rises above the serviceable, and the plotting is leaden, but Twilight is really all about unrequited female erotic yearning."
"The cottage Janet inherits is somewhere in the north, her home with her father somewhere in America."