Definition of Pretermitted

1. Verb. (past of pretermit) ¹



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Definition of Pretermitted

1. pretermit [v] - See also: pretermit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pretermitted

preteritive
preteritness
preterits
preterlapsed
preterlegal
preterm
preterm baby
preterm infant
preterminal
pretermination
preterminations
pretermission
pretermissions
pretermit
pretermits
pretermitted (current term)
pretermitted child
pretermitted children
pretermitted heir
pretermitted heirs
pretermitted spouse
pretermitted spouses
pretermitting
preterms
preternatural
preternaturalism
preternaturality
preternaturally
preternaturalness
preternature

Literary usage of Pretermitted

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1. Commentaries on the Law of Wills: Embracing Execution, Interpretation and by John E. Alexander (1918)
"To Make Up Share of a pretermitted Heir. In most jurisdictions, by statute, pretermitted children, and after-born and posthumous children unmentioned or ..."

2. Probate Law and Practice: A Treatise on Wills, Succession, Administration by Peter V. Ross (1909)
"pretermitted child—Right to inherit. 76. Contribution from devisees and legatees for ... Advancements to pretermitted child. 78. Gifts to a class. 79. ..."

3. Institutes of Common and Statute Law by John Barbee Minor (1878)
"Revocation of Wills, Implied from the Subsequent Birth of pretermitted Children. The statute has it in view to make provision for the contingency that, ..."

4. The Code of Virginia: With the Declaration of Independence and Constitution by Virginia, John Mercer Patton, Conway Robinson (1849)
"If judgment on caveat gives lande to another, bow party who had them surveyed under a warrant may have new warrant, 484 As to pretermitted children, ..."

5. Cases on Wills, Descent, and Administration: Selected from Decisions of by George Purcell Costigan (1910)
"pretermitted HEIRS In re WARDELL'S ESTATE. (Supreme Court of California, 1881. 57 Cal. 484.) McKEE, J. Ada Wardell, a resident of the city and county of San ..."

6. Digest of the Reports of the Supreme Court of California: Volumes One by James Henry Deering (1896)
"pretermitted children. See Estates of Deceased Persons, V. CHINESE. Competency of to act as executor. See Executors and Administrators, 51. ..."

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