Similar words: matrimony, acrimony, testimony, patronymic, acrimonious, patriot, patrician, patriarch. Meaning: ['pætrɪməʊnɪ /-mənɪ] n. 1. a church endowment 2. an inheritance coming by right of birth (especially by primogeniture).
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1. Young Basque men emigrated because no patrimony could by custom be divided, leaving younger sons to fend for themselves.
2. Normally feudal grants were made within the Patrimony and the Papal State in return for military service.
3. His grandfather left the patrimony to him.
4. If the son demands his patrimony and gives up food and drink in order to enforce his demand, then the parents hand his share over to him three years before the legal time.
5. I left my parents' house, relinquished my estate and my patrimony.
6. In the 1930's, The National Trust began its campaign to save Britain's patrimony of threatened country houses.
7. Families were therefore nuclear and patriarchal and only one son inherited the patrimony.
8. At the height of his career his whole estate, including his patrimony, was probably worth rather more than ￡1,300 a year.
9. On 23 June 1613 Isaac Jaggard was admitted freeman of the company by patrimony, doubtless to help his father.
10. They shall have like portions to eat, beside cometh of the sale of his patrimony.
11. They maintained a superior legal position and imposed traditional notions of patrimony.
12. The whites displaced the Indians by force of arms , got their patrimony by fraudulent treaties.
13. Gambling has come to the rescue of China's cultural patrimony.
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14. Moresco moved back to his old neighborhood and started writing as a way to explore the pain and the patrimony of Hell's Kitchen.
15. The spontaneity music has excludes it as a luxury item a patrimony of society.
16. Mao Zedong's exploring of socialist construction road is the indelible experience and valuable patrimony that the CCP. grope for socialist system.
17. Natural resources are seen by many as a national patrimony, meaning all profits should be shared.
18. Prior to 1870, the pope's temporal authority extended over a large area of central Italy, the territory of the Papal States that was formally known as the " Patrimony of St Peter".
19. Recoverable pecuniary damage is a diminution of the victim's patrimony caused by the damaging event.
20. As control technique, it is not identical with the periodical inventory of the financial administration or of the entire patrimony .
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