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Sentence count:24+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-06Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: leavewillSimilar words: leatherweatherfeatherdeathbreathwreathebeneathsheathingMeaning: [bɪ'kwiːð]  v. leave or give by will after one's death. 
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1. Most people bequeath their property to their spouses and children.
2. It is true that colonialism did not bequeath much to Africa.
3. I bequeath it now as a cure for many kinds of ugliness.
4. Bequeath your heirs a well-organized set of financial and personal records in a loose-leaf binder or computer program.
5. He bequeath his share to his daughter.
6. But we may also bequeath something light and beautiful, like a snail's shell.
7. It will be better to bequeath it to him after my death, in my will.
8. To him I bequeath my collar and leash and my overcoat and raincoat.
9. I bequeath him this property to have and to hold.
10. Knowledge: Compensation costs should bequeath Housing Units may be owned?
11. Adopt technical measure, a dactylogram that police discovered bequeath to go up in pane of tank truck car.
12. I bequeath myself to the dirt to grow from the grass I love.
13. There is nothing of value I have to bequeath except my love and my faith.
14. She said if the world did not act conclusively now[], it would only bequeath the problem to future generations.
15. Parents typically equate fairness with equality, seeking to evenly split the wealth they bequeath among their offspring.
16. Now I feel strangely at a loss in the leaving because I must bequeath what was never mine to keep.
17. Responsible for BW and SAP relate section , such as attendance, C & B , bequeath data.
18. At the aspect of material appearance, it gives priority to Ming, Qing and lately bequeath.
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19. Right eye is facial be equivalent to trigeminal mandible raising distributinging area and on the right side of cervical those who bleb bequeath falls is scabby .
20. The aim of teaching classical poems at college is to inherit and bequeath the cultural heritage, to foster students' taste and interest in literature, to develop students' poetic connoisseurship.
21. What worry me are the problems that we will bequeath to our children.
22. It was to Warsaw that, at the end of his life , he bequeath his heart.
23. Because bright generation is fine, wooden furniture uses material is solid and fast hardwood, so bequeath the curiosa today, amount to is not little.
24. If you want my family so badly , I hereby bequeath them to you.
More similar words: leatherweatherfeatherdeathbreathwreathebeneathsheathingbreathingdeathtrapheathenismout of breathput to deathbreathableclose at handunderneathbreathlesssudden deathbreathtakingunder the weatherbirds of a feathercatherine the greatthe death penaltybeat a retreathue and crysqueamishequipchequesequelequal
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