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inherit to possess, to obtain possession of: “Yea, all which it inherit,” THE TEMPEST, iv. 1. 154 ; “This, or else nothing, will inherit her,” THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, iii. 2. 87 ; “inherit us So much as of a thought of ill in him,” RICHARD II., i. 1. 85 ; “never after to inherit it,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, ii. 3. 3 ; “shall you this night Inherit at my house,” ROMEO AND JULIET, i. 2. 30 ; “But to the girdle do the gods inherit,” KING LEAR, iv. 6. 126.

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