succeed to, acquire, receive, get one's inheritance, fall heir to, be bequeathed, be willed, be granted a legacy, come into, derive, take into possession, take over, receive an endowment, come in for*; see also obtain 1.
Antonyms lose*, be disowned, miss.
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To receive (property) from one who has died:
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