Definitions of "entail"
  1. The act of converting a property into a fee tail by restraining its inheritance to specific descendants who cannot sell or transfer the property
  2. Refers to an instance where a property is entailed
  3. Describes a property that has been entailed
  4. Refers to the predetermined line of inheritance for an entailed property
How to use "entail" in a sentence
  1. The estate was entail to maintain the property within the family line.
  2. The inheritance laws required the property to be entail to specific descendants only.
  3. A decision was made to entail the estate, preventing its sale or transfer by the heirs.

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