How to use inher. in a sentence
Old Billy, Billy P.'s father, inher'tid all the prop'ty—never done a stroke of work in his life.The Christmas Story from David Harum | Edward Noyes Westcott
The' ain't ben hardly a dozen changes in farm titles, 'cept by inher'tance or foreclosure, in thirty years.The Christmas Story from David Harum | Edward Noyes Westcott
Inher′ence, Inher′ency, a sticking fast: existence in something else: a fixed state of being in another body or substance.