Definition of inherited:
beneficiary, be, congenital, cut off, contagious, cloning, come to, familial, catching, hereditary, carrier, cross-fertilization, native, genetical, claimant, cross-fertilize, inheritable, transmissible, chromosome, heritable, carry, genetic, bequest, come down to, deoxyribonucleic acid, be descended from, come into, transmitted, patrimonial, communicable, innate, clone, inborn, bequeath, ancestral, contractable, precede, genic, transmittable, birthright, cross, kin.
He was in a position to succeed, for he's not a fool, and he inherited some money from his parents; but he thinks of nothing but enjoying life, of making bonnes blagues, as he expresses it; and they don't always succeed; some of them have cost him dear.- "San-Cravate; or, The Messengers; Little Streams", Charles Paul de Kock.
And then, because we were Adam's children, with his fallen nature in us, and original sin, which we inherited from him, we could not help longing more and more after what our parents had forbidden; we could think, perhaps, of nothing else; cared for no pleasure, no pay, because we could not get that one thing which our parents had told us not to touch.- "The Good News of God", Charles Kingsley.
- "The Enchanted Canyon", Honoré Willsie Morrow.