Word of the day:Heirloom

Say it: er-lum

Part of speech: Noun

Definition: A valuable object that is owned by a family for many years and passed from one generation to another.

Etymology: English

Synonyms:Legacy,Inheritance, Antique

Use in a sentence:The violin was a family heirloom.

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