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Adjective: disinherited  ,dis-in'he-ri-tid
  1. Deprived of your rightful heritage
    "His support for the disinherited rebels was a major factor in the establishment of internal order"
Verb: disinherit  ,dis-in'he-rit
  1. Prevent deliberately (as by making a will) from inheriting
    "You cannot disinherit a child simply by failing to mention that child in your will";
    - disown

See also: unloved

Type of: deprive

Antonym: bequeath

Encyclopedia: Disinherit