displume

[ dis-ploom ]
/ dɪsˈplum /

verb (used with object), dis·plumed, dis·plum·ing.

to strip of plumes; deplume.
to strip of honors.

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Origin of displume

1470–80; dis-1 + plume; cf. deplume
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