Definition of "codicil"
  1. An amendment or supplement to a will that changes, adjusts, or clarifies its existing provisions, requiring witness signatures similar to the original will
How to use "codicil" in a sentence
  1. The millionaire made a codicil to his will to include recent charitable causes.
  2. After the birth of her second child, she wrote a codicil to reflect new inheritance plans.
  3. Despite having a well-crafted will, he decided a codicil was necessary to address emerging circumstances.

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