Varun sees himself as a legatee of his father, Sanjay Gandhi, not his great-grandfather Nehru.
He had scarcely heard of Captain Carroll until his return from Mexico, and now he was a legatee in the will of a millionaire.
There is "many a slip betwixt the cup" of the legator and "the lip" of the legatee.
Her thoughts turned first to the legatee, and she pictured to herself Mrs. Smithers as mistress of Mullen House and its splendors.
The legacy and the legatee have proved equally unsubstantial.
It flashed upon him presently that a legatee could not benefit by a will which he had witnessed.
Flo Why how can Mark Trenchard's property be yours, unless you marry the legatee.
The beneficiary, or person designated in the will to receive real property, is called the legatee.
A legacy was sometimes given on condition that the legatee should not marry a Roman Catholic.
Any person may be a devisee or legatee including married women, minors and corporations.