That is to say, the ancestral genes, the ancestral strain of inheritance, appears again in these little children.
Once Udo Jr. realized his lineage, he also wanted in on the inheritance.
Or imposing an inheritance tax, which means most apartments will no longer pass to children without probate.
The cops say Kakehi gained several hundred million yen in inheritance from the deaths over the years.
The Pink Hotel is a spellbinding story about identity and inheritance, and how we know who we are.
George Grafton was a banker, by inheritance and to some extent by acquirement.
It's an inheritance from Daddy, this concentrating with all my might on one thing at a time.
She excludes her devoted husband from the inheritance in favour of her most unfilial son?
It is said that the teacher's noblest work is to lead the child to his inheritance.
But what was it that made this inheritance more pleasing to God than any of the other souls which He had redeemed?
late 14c., enheritaunce "fact of receiving by hereditary succession;" early 15c. as "that which is inherited," from Anglo-French enheritance, Old French enheritaunce, from enheriter (see inherit). Heritance "act of inheriting" is from mid-15c.
inheritance in·her·i·tance (ĭn-hěr'ĭ-təns)
The process of genetic transmission of traits from parents to offspring.
A characteristic so inherited.
The sum of characteristics genetically transmitted from parents to offspring.