- to divide into parts; separate; sunder.
Origin of dispart
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Examples from the Web for disparted
Alan disparted a bough of underwood which made an effectual screen.Green Fire
They stretched away and away, as if for all the disparted world to sleep upon.Lilith
Belts of sloughy mud, disparted by small streams, divided one village from another.
After that famous group was disparted, Kirkup, having an income sufficient for his needs, came to Florence and settled there.Hawthorne and His Circle
Speedily the knight had himself married and bound in holy wedlock; not lightly may the twain be disparted.Tales from the Old French