Intail
Intail \In*tail"\, v. t. See {Entail}, v. t. [1913 Webster]

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  • entailed — en·tail || ɪn teɪl n. legal limitation which determines who may inherit an estate or property; predetermined succession for a position or office v. intail, involve, cause; require; demand; set a limitation on who may inherit an estate or… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • entailing — en·tail || ɪn teɪl n. legal limitation which determines who may inherit an estate or property; predetermined succession for a position or office v. intail, involve, cause; require; demand; set a limitation on who may inherit an estate or… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • entails — en·tail || ɪn teɪl n. legal limitation which determines who may inherit an estate or property; predetermined succession for a position or office v. intail, involve, cause; require; demand; set a limitation on who may inherit an estate or… …   English contemporary dictionary

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