scion, inheritor, heir presumptive, future possessor, legal heir, heir apparent, successor, descendent, one who inherits, heiress, beneficiary, heir expectant, heir general, heir at law, coheir, inheritor, grantee, devisee, crown prince.
Antonyms predecessor, incumbent, parent.
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