verb (used with object)
- quit while one's ahead,
- quitch grass,
- quitclaim deed,
- quite a bit,
Origin of quitclaim
Examples from the Web for quitclaim
In any case, Ann Maffitt and the three Maffitt children did not sign a quitclaim to the property until 1835.Salona, Fairfax County, Virginia|Ellen Anderson
They were married following their arrival here and took a quitclaim on a homestead which in time became their property.
McReady, as he took the quitclaim deed, gripped Motor Matt's hand.Motor Matt's Daring, or, True to His Friends|Stanley R. Matthews
The quitclaim deed, he declared, was only to save himself from being annoyed by Fitz and his father.Make or Break|Oliver Optic
In March, 1902, Silcott conveyed his interest in the land to Ireland by a deed of quitclaim.
- to renounce (a claim) formally
- to declare (a person) free from liability