Origin of nuncupative
Words nearby nuncupative
How to use nuncupative in a sentence
Upon this, Chancellor Kent observed: “I should hope to see one day a law that no nuncupative will should be valid in any case.”
In this country, the cases upon the subject of nuncupative wills are considerably numerous since the last civil war.
Now let any man judge what a precious Legacy it is that he bequeaths by his nuncupative will to his friends in Tacitus.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne (Volume 1 of 3)|Thomas Browne
It is true that under certain exceptional circumstances a man may make what is known as a nuncupative will.By Advice of Counsel|Arthur Train
The will of the Minstrel of Paradise is a nuncupative one taken by his daughter, the great poet being blind.