She has had no political godfathers; she did not inherit her party from any mentor.
The anti-evolutionists were as humiliated in this performance as they were in inherit the Wind.
At the rate things are going, the Taliban will be the ones to inherit the mines.
Chief among them, the fact that she is ineligible to inherit the Downton Abbey estate.
Whoever wins will inherit an economy and government that is in deep trouble.
According to the will they were to inherit one from the other; the companion died, and Tessier inherited everything.
And drunkards and suicides cannot inherit the kingdom of God.
But she had no other claim upon him nor had she the right to inherit property from him.
The slave, being property, can not possess or inherit property.
She did not inherit the taste directly, for her father was not a musician, but a painter.
c.1300, "to make (someone) an heir," from Old French enheriter "make heir, appoint as heir," from Late Latin inhereditare "to appoint as heir," from Latin in- "in" (see in- (2)) + hereditare "to inherit," from heres (genitive heredis) "heir" (see heredity). Sense of "receive inheritance" arose mid-14c.; original sense is retained in disinherit. Related: Inherited; inheriting.
inherit in·her·it (ĭn-hěr'ĭt)
v. in·her·it·ed, in·her·it·ing, in·her·its
To receive a trait from one's parents by genetic transmission.