class gift

Definition of "class gift"
  1. A class gift refers to a gift noted in a will that's designated for a group. The group's members, their identities, and their individual shares of the gift aren't specified immediately. These details are figured out at a later time, typically after the benefactor's death
How to use "class gift" in a sentence
  1. The wealthy businessman left a class gift to all his employees in his will.
  2. The sizable class gift was directed to the graduate students in the arts department.
  3. Dividing a class gift, especially when the class is large or complex, can be a legally challenging task.

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