- heir apparent,
- heir at law,
- heir presumptive,
- heisenberg uncertainty principle
Origin of heiress
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To get to watch (his Heiress co-star) Jessica Chastain was a big inspiration.
DS: I was on stage doing The Heiress on Broadway, and that was a great way to turn 30.
Miss Berki said that the heiress later e-mailed to apologise for any misunderstanding.
Rivals tagged her an apparatchik, an heiress, handpicked by a mayor/mentor said to nickname her “ma petite Anne,” my little Anne.
In 1874 Hay marries a Chicago heiress worth millions of dollars.
I s'pose he wasn't going to take any chances of losing his heiress.The Mystery of Murray Davenport|Robert Neilson Stephens
If the estate fell to an heiress, her hand was at the king's disposal, and was generally sold by him to the highest bidder.History of the English People, Volume I (of 8)|John Richard Green
I am known to be the heiress to a large fortune, and the daughter of a Secretary of State.'The Dictator|Justin McCarthy
The brow of the countess gradually smoothed as she noticed how gayly the heiress chatted with her cousin.Fairy Fingers|Anna Cora Mowatt Ritchie
Robert has not brought her up as an heiress with expectations.The Moon Rock|Arthur J. Rees