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Word: HEIR

The word HEIR has appeared in at least 317 clues on different crosswords.

HEIR definition(s):

  • a person who is entitled by law or by the terms of a will to inherit the estate of another
  • a person who inherits some title or office
  • High Energy Ion Recoil
  • One who inherits, or is entitled to succeed to the possession of, any property after the death of its owner; one on whom the law bestows the title or property of another at the death of the latter.
  • One who receives any endowment from an ancestor or relation; as, the heir of one's reputation or virtues.

Clue(s)
"""Fortunate"" one"
"""Next of skin"""
A throne has one
Air homophone
Apparent or presumptive one
Apparent relative?
Apparent survivor?
Beneficiary
Beneficiary of a sort
Beneficiary of a will
Beneficiary.
Birthright possessor
"Charles, to Elizabeth"
"Charles, vis-
"Charles, vis-
Child of fortune?
Codicil name
Comer of a sort
"Crown prince, e.g."
"Crown prince, for one"
"Crown prince, vis-
Designated recipient
Designated successor
Donee of a sort
"Edsel Ford, e.g."
Elder son often
"Elder son, often"
Eldest son.
Estate attorney's concern
Estate beneficiary
Estate receiver
Estate recipient
Estate's rights party?
Estatesman?
Executor's concern
First in line
"First son, often"
Focus of one who's willing?
Fortune's child
"Future monarch, for one"
"Future monarch, perhaps"
Future owner.
"Gold-digger's target, perhaps"
Golddigger's target
He gets what's coming
He gets what's coming to him
He may be apparent
He succeeds
He'll get his
He's going to get it
He's gonna get it
He's got it coming
He's got it coming to him
He's got some money coming
He's got something coming to him
He's in line
He's in the will
Henry VIII's quest
His eye's on the throne
His eyes are on the throne
Immediate successor
Inheritance factor
Inheritance recipient
Inheritor
It'll come to him eventually
"Junior, often"
"Junior, to senior, often"
"Junior, usually"
Kind of apparent?
King-to-be
Leave it to him
Legacy getter
Legacy receiver
Legacy recipient
Legatee
Legatee.
Lineal successor
Man with prospects.
"Monarch's oldest son, usually"
Murder mystery suspect
"Murder suspect, often"
Name in a codicil
Name in a will
Natural successor
Next in line
Next in line for a title
Next in line for the family fortune
Next in line to reign
"Next in line, in a way"
"Next in line, perhaps"
"Next in line, say"
Next in line?
Next of skin?
"Next-in-line, perhaps"
One at the end of the line?
One contacted by an executor
One destined to receive
One destined to receive?
One due to get something
One in a line
One in a receiving line?
One in a will
One in line for the family fortune
One in the will
One may be apparent
One mentioned in a will
One might be apparent
One might be presumptive
One named in a will
One next for the throne
One next in line
One who gets what's coming
One who gets what's left
One who gets what's left?
One who has it coming?
One who might come into a house
One who might come into a mansion
One who should succeed.
One who stands to gain a lot?
One who succeeds
One who succeeds?
One who's got it coming
One who's next in line
One who's succeeding
One who's trustworthy?
One with estate rights
One with will power
One with will power?
"Papoose, to Pontiac"
Person mentioned in a will
Person named in a will
"Pip, in ""Great Expectations"""
Presumptive or apparent
Presumptive person?
Presumptive preceder
Prince Charles is one
"Prince Charles, e.g."
"Prince Charles, for one"
"Prince William, for one"
"Prince of Wales, e.g."
"Prince of Wales, for one"
"Prince of Wales, traditionally"
Prince or princess
"Prince, e.g."
"Prince, for one"
"Prince, in a way"
"Prince, often"
"Prince, presumably"
Probate determination
Property recipient
Realm recipient
Receiving party?
Recipient of a bequest
Reversioner
Royal successor
Scion
She's in the receiving line?
Sometimes he's apparent
Son
"Son or daughter, typically"
"Son or daughter, usually"
"Son or grandson, say"
"Son, for one."
"Son, in many cases"
"Son, often"
"Son, usually"
"Spouse or child, often"
Start for a loom?
Successor
"Successor, as to a throne"
Successor.
"Surviving spouse, generally"
"Survivor, sometimes"
Testatee
Testator's choice
Throne eyer
"Tim Cook, to Steve Jobs' empire"
V.I.P. in a will
VIP in a will
"Whodunit suspect, often"
"Whodunit suspect, perhaps"
Will V.I.P.
Will VIP
Will beneficiary
Will designee
Will figure
Will name
Will's beneficiary
Will's beneficiary.
Will's designee
Willful participant?
Willing participant?
Willing successor?
Word with apparent or presumptive
___ apparent
___ apparent.
___ presumptive
___ to the throne
"___ to the throne (prince, e.g.)"
Estate beneficiary
He has the will to succeed
Child of fortune?
Junior often
Will name
Estate recipient
One with will power?
Next in line
Inheritor
Will beneficiary
Will beneficiary
Will beneficiary
Legal inheritor
Legal inheritor
Next in line
Inheritor
Inheritor
Next for the throne
Will beneficiary
Firstborn, typically
Inheritor
Inheritor
Bequest recipient
Prince, for one
One willed
Next in line
One in line?
Successor
First in line to the throne
Tune on the radio is next in line
King's successor
Probate figure
Next in line
Will beneficiary
Will beneficiary
Inheritor
Inheritor
Recipient of a bequest
Name in a will
Inheritor
Inheritor
Inheritor
Will beneficiary
Inheritor
Anointed successor
Will beneficiary
Inheritor
Bequest receiver
Will beneficiary
Whodunit suspect, often
One who succeeds?
Legacy recipient
Inheritor
One born to receive
Presumed successor
King-to-be
Next in line, in a way
Will beneficiary
Prince, e.g.
Tune on the radio is next in line
Will beneficiary
First son, often
The British throne has one
Inheritance recipient
Will beneficiary
Next for the throne
Inheritor
Prince, e.g.
Crown prince, for example
Future throne occupant
Will beneficiary
Inheritor
He "will" be rewarded
__ to the throne (the next to reign)
Next in line
Prince, for one
Next in line
Designated successor
Legal successor
Person next in line
Will beneficiary
Successor
Prince Charles, e.g.
Inheritor
Successor
Estate recipient
Any British prince
Legal successor
Will's beneficiary
Inheritor
Estate recipient
IV, to III
Person in a will
Prince, e.g.
Will beneficiary
Prince, to a throne
He's next in line
One next in line
One next for the throne
Estate beneficiary
Inheritor
Will beneficiary
Will beneficiary
Inheritor
Henry VIII, circa 1503
Scion
One who's next in line
Person getting money from an estate
___ to the throne
Inheritor
He's got it coming to him
Will beneficiary
Estate beneficiary
Inheritor
Will beneficiary
Next in line
Child of fortune?
Inheritor

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