- to put out of center.
- to make eccentric.
Also especially British, de·cen·tre.
Origin of decenter
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Examples from the Web for decenter
"It's decenter than he deserves, in my opinion, enough sight," Mary muttered.Three People
Come, now, this vampyre's a decenter fellow than I thought him.Varney the Vampire
Thomas Preskett Prest
I don't mind having the house full, either, only I want you to get decenter people in it.A House-Party
I shall be here a week, and be bright and early enough to get into a decenter house than this is, and be glad to join you.
I am in another man's skin; for what, after all, is a skin but a soul's clothing, and what is clothing but a decenter skin?Kenelm Chillingly, Complete