verb (used with or without object)
- dispatch boat
Origin of dispart
Examples from the Web for dispart
I—I thought on thee, and yet 't was strange, I could not dispart thee from Stephen in my thought.Long Will|Florence Converse
The four lovers did right valiantly, that they won praise above all the rest, till evening fell and it was time to dispart.
Presently, too, their hands came together, and—such was the swift sympathy between these shapely creatures—did not dispart.Dreamers of the Ghetto|I. Zangwill
Yes, but you have not yet arrived at the dispart of the compass.Mr. Midshipman Easy|Captain Frederick Marryat
His heart travaileth and his body is anguished, and it behooveth the twain to dispart, and the soul to leave the body.