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Oxford dictionary definition of the word entail:
1involve (something) as a necessary or inevitable part or consequence:
a situation which entails considerable risks
Logic have as a logically necessary consequence.
2 Law limit the inheritance of (property) over a number of generations so that ownership remains within a particular family or group:
her father’s estate was entailed on a cousin
archaic cause to experience or possess (something) permanently or inescapably:
I cannot get rid of the disgrace which you have entailed upon us
a limitation of the inheritance of property to certain heirs over a number of generations:
the damage being done in England by entails
landed property was governed by primogeniture and entail
a property bequeathed under an entail:
the spinning mills were not part of the entail
late Middle English (referring to settlement of property; formerly also as intail): from en-1, in-2 ‘into’ + Old French taille ‘notch, tax’ (see tail2)