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[ US /ˌɪnˈhɛɹətəbəɫ/ ]
  1. capable of being inherited
    inheritable traits such as eye color
    an inheritable title
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How To Use inheritable In A Sentence

  • Most agricultural land has been collectivized or is part of a cooperative and thus is not inheritable.
  • These new privileges were to be perpetual and inheritable, like any other form of personal property.
  • In many areas land is communal property of a kin or local group, while household goods, personal items, or productive equipment are familial or individual inheritable property.
  • In modern times, they are generally alienable, devisable and inheritable.
  • If a trait is inheritable today, can we not assume it was inheritable in the past? A Disclaimer for Behe?
  • In the post-genome era, disease gene mapping using dense genetic markers has become an important tool for dissecting complex inheritable diseases.
  • There is nothing to show that the inheritable portion of the full original thickness was not gained by natural selection rather than by the directly inherited effect of use; and the latter, being cumulative and indiscriminative in its action, would apparently have made the sole very much thicker and harder than it is. Are the Effects of Use and Disuse Inherited? An Examination of the View Held by Spencer and Darwin
  • an inheritable title
  • There are many sources of inheritable variation in biology.
  • However, when registered wills from the early 19th century to the present are examined, berths were never mentioned as inheritable property.
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