Coheiress
Coheiress \Co*heir"ess\, n. A female heir who inherits with other heiresses; a joint heiress. [1913 Webster]

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  • coheiress — [kō′er΄is, kō er′is] n. a female coheir …   English World dictionary

  • coheiress — /koh air is/, n. a joint heiress. [CO + HEIRESS] Usage. See ess. * * * …   Universalium

  • coheiress — noun One of several who are heiresses to an estate …   Wiktionary

  • coheiress — co·heiress || ‚kəʊ eÉ™rɪs n. coinheritor, joint inheritor (female) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • coheiress — co·heiress …   English syllables

  • coheiress — co•heir•ess [[t]koʊˈɛər ɪs[/t]] n. cvb law use a joint heiress • usage: See ess …   From formal English to slang

  • coheiress — (ˈ)kō+ noun Etymology: co + heiress : a joint heiress …   Useful english dictionary

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