Re*sid"u*a*ry (-?-r?), a. [See Residue.]
Consisting of residue; as, residuary matter; pertaining to the residue, or part remaining; as, the residuary advantage of an estate.
Residuary clause Law, that part of the testator's will in which the residue of his estate is disposed of. -- Residuary devise Law, the person to whom the residue of real estate is devised by a will. -- Residuary legatee Law, the person to whom the residue of personal estate is bequeathed.
© Webster 1913.