inofficious definition

  • adjective:
    • Law despite all-natural affection or moral responsibility. Applied of a will when the testator disinherits the rightful heirs with insufficient reason.
    • Indifferent to obligation or responsibility.
    • perhaps not officious; perhaps not civil or conscious.
    • As opposed to a person's normal obligation or task, as of a testament by which a kid is unjustly deprived of inheritance.
    • Indifferent to responsibility or task.
    • maybe not officious; not civil or mindful.
    • aside from natural responsibility; despite all-natural duty; unkind; -- generally stated of a testament made without reference to all-natural responsibility, or by which a kid is unjustly deprived of inheritance.
  • others:
    • no matter what the obligations event to at least one's company or position; contrary or inattentive to duty.

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