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3. heritage, portion, share, birthright, lot; lineage, descent, birth, extraction, derivation, filiation; background, past, history, ancestry, ancestral line, dynasty, family; heredity, bloodline, pedigree, strain, stock, race.

inheritor, n. 1. heir, heritor, heir apparent, heir at law, heiress, heritress, inheritrix; coheir, coheiress, joint heir, Law. parcener; successor, Inf. next in line, follower; beneficiary, recipient, receiver, devisee, legatee, Law. reversioner; Both Law. executor, donee.
2. descendant, scion, offspring; children, progeny, brood, spawn, issue, seed, posterity, future generations.

inhibit, v. 1. restrain, repress, suppress, hold back; curb, constrain, rein in, harness, bridle, hold in leash; control, coerce, compel, govern, restrict, Inf. cramp one's style; impede, hinder; interfere; muzzle, smother, gag; check, arrest, abort, stop; prevent, obstruct, bar.
2. forbid, prohibit, interdict; veto, ban, proscribe, taboo, disallow.

inhibition, n. 1. restraint, repression, restriction, stricture; curb, constraint, coercion, control; check, arrest, stop, preclusion; obstruction, impediment, hindrance, oppilation, blockage; encumbrance, handicap; interference, intervention, interposition, obtrusion.
2.
Psychol, mental block, SI. hang-up.
3. prohibition, forbiddance, interdiction; veto, ban, taboo, embargo; proscription, disallowance.

inhospitable, adj. 1. unfriendly, cool, cold, aloof, unsocial, unsociable; reclusive, antisocial, antisocialis-tic, hostile, inimical; ill-disposed, unsympathetic, un-sympathizing, unreceptive, closed, closed-minded, narrow, narrow-minded, intolerant; unpleasant, disagreeable, rude, incivil, uncivil, impolite, discourteous, ill-mannered; ungracious, uncongenial, unamicable, unamiable; unneighborly, unkind, unkindly, inconsiderate, unaccommodating, unobliging.
2. (
all of a region, climate, etc.) unfavorable, uninviting, barren, bare, empty; forlorn, desolate, solitary, isolated, lonely, deserted, uninhabited, uninhabitable, wild; desert, dry, arid, droughty; poor, infertile, infe-cund, unfruitful, sterile.

inhospitality, n. inhospitableness, unfriendliness, coolness, coldness, aloofness, unsocialism, unsociability, unsociableness, antisociality; hostility, inimicalness, inimicality; ill-disposedness, unreceptiveness, close-mindedness, narrow-mindedness, intolerance; unpleasantness, disagreeableness, rudeness, incivility, uncivility, uncivilness, impoliteness, discourtesy, discourteousness, ill-manneredness; ungraciousness, uncongeniality, unamicability, unamicableness, unami-ableness, unneighborliness, unkindness, unkindliness, inconsideration, inconsiderateness.

inhuman, adj. 1. pitiless, merciless, heartless, unkind, inhumane; unfeeling, uncompassionate, unsympathetic; cruel, hard-hearted, stony-hearted, marble-hearted, cold-blooded; cold, callous, insensitive, hardened, obdurate.
2. barbarous, barbaric, savage, hellish, Tartarian, Hunnish, Vandalic; brutal, brutish, murderous, slaughterous, bloodthirsty; sadistic, bestial, animalistic, cannibalistic, fiendish, ghoulish, ogreish; diabolical, satanic, demonic, demoniac, devilish; terrible, harsh, grim, hard, severe; ferocious, ruthless, vicious, fell, truculent; wolfish, lupine, fierce, feral, ferine; tyrannical, Draconian, inquisitorial, oppressive; unrelenting, relentless, remorseless, implacable, inexorable, grinding; rancorous, venomous, envenomed, malicious, malignant, maleficent, malign, malefic.

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