- to cut out or off.
Origin of exscind
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Then, sir, you mean to exscind the South; for it is absurd to imagine that you suppose the South will submit to such action.Slavery Ordained of God
Rev. Fred A. Ross, D.D.
- (tr) to cut off or out; excise
C17: exscind, from Latin exscindere to extirpate, destroy, from scindere to cut, tear, split
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