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Definition of Entail
EntailEntail En*tail", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Entailed; p. pr. & vb.
n. Entailing.] [OE. entailen to carve, OF. entailler. See
1. To settle or fix inalienably on a person or thing, or on a
person and his descendants or a certain line of
descendants; -- said especially of an estate; to bestow as
Allowing them to entail their estates. --Hume.
I here entail The crown to thee and to thine heirs
2. To appoint hereditary possessor. [Obs.]
To entail him and his heirs unto the crown. --Shak.
3. To cut or carve in a ornamental way. [Obs.]
Entailed with curious antics. --Spenser. EntailEntail En*tail", n. [OE. entaile carving, OF. entaille, F., an
incision, fr. entailler to cut away; pref. en- (L. in) +
tailler to cut; LL. feudum talliatum a fee entailed, i. e.,
curtailed or limited. See Tail limitation, Tailor.]
1. That which is entailed. Hence: (Law)
(a) An estate in fee entailed, or limited in descent to a
particular class of issue.
(b) The rule by which the descent is fixed.
A power of breaking the ancient entails, and of
alienating their estates. --Hume.
2. Delicately carved ornamental work; intaglio. [Obs.] ``A
work of rich entail.' --Spenser.
Meaning of Entail from wikipedia
- In English common
law, fee tail or entail
is a form of trust established
by deed or settlement which restricts
the sale or inheritance
of an estate
- Linguistic entailments occur
when one may draw necessary conclusions
from a particular
use of a word, phrase
or sentence. Entailment phrases
to: Fee tail, a term of art in common
form of succession Entailment
, a logical relation between sentences
- the entailing
and entailed texts
text (t) and hypothesis
(h), respectively. Textual entailment
is not the same as pure logical entailment
reduced. For Becker, in addition
to working alongside
Vajda, the job entailed special emphasis
felt he missed
- as Nadal's clothing
and shoe sponsor. Nadal's signature
on-court attire entailed
of sleeveless shirts paired
with 3/4 length capri
is a property
of many logical systems
that the hypotheses
of any derived
fact may be freely extended
Act (with its variations) is a stock short title
used in the United Kingdom
for legislation relating
. The Entail
(Scotland) Act 1914...
- The Entail
Act 1685 (c 26) [12mo ed: c 22] was an Act of the Parliament
of Scotland. It was one of the Entail
Acts. This Act was disapplied
- muni****lities as of 2018. Traditionally, Switzerland avoids alliances
that might entail
military, political, or direct economic action
and has been neutral
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