ADEEM

Etymology

Verb

adeem (third-person singular simple present adeems, present participle adeeming, simple past and past participle adeemed)

(legal, transitive) To revoke (a legacy, grant, etc.) or to satisfy it by some other gift.

Anagrams

• Meade, Medea, edema, meade

Source: Wiktionary


A*deem", v. t. Etym: [L. adimere. See Ademption.] (Law)

Definition: To revoke, as a legacy, grant, etc., or to satisfy it by some other gift.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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