Definitions of "inheritable"
  1. Being able to be passed down as an inheritance from one individual (usually a relative) to another
  2. Having the capacity to receive assets, property, or rights via inheritance
How to use "inheritable" in a sentence
  1. Certain types of property are not inheritable under this state's laws, regardless of what the will states.
  2. The court ruled that the claim was indeed inheritable, so it could be passed to the defendant's children.
  3. Whether a right is inheritable or not depends on various factors, such as the type of right and the jurisdiction.

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