It was as though Father Zossima had bequeathed him to him at his death, and "perhaps that’s just what had passed between them," Alyosha thought suddenly.
Let him read them further how happy old Jacob was on learning that his darling boy was still alive, and how he went to Egypt leaving his own country, and died in a foreign land, bequeathing his great prophecy that had lain mysteriously hidden in his meek and timid heart all his life, that from his offspring, from Judah, will come the great hope of the world, the Messiah and Saviour.
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It is our duty to bequeath a better world to our grandchildren.
She bequeaths her stuffed toys to Gloria’s fourteen-year-old daughter.