nuncupative will

Definition of "nuncupative will"
  1. An oral declaration of one's final wishes, valid only under specific, uncommon situations such as facing immediate death
How to use "nuncupative will" in a sentence
  1. With no time to write, he made a nuncupative will in front of witnesses.
  2. She declared her nuncupative will to her family when her health quickly deteriorated.
  3. His sudden accident led him to express a nuncupative will to his friends on the scene.

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