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verb (used with or without object)
  1. to divide into parts; separate; sunder.
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Origin of dispart

1580–90; apparently < Italian dispartire < Latin dispartīre to part, separate, divide, equivalent to dis- dis-1 + partīre to share out, derivative of part- part
Related formsdis·part·ment, noun
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Historical Examples of disparted

  • Alan disparted a bough of underwood which made an effectual screen.

    Green Fire

    Fiona Macleod

  • They stretched away and away, as if for all the disparted world to sleep upon.


    George MacDonald

  • 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

    Julian Hawthorne

  • Speedily the knight had himself married and bound in holy wedlock; not lightly may the twain be disparted.