Definition of Discepts

1. Verb. (third-person singular of discept) ¹



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Definition of Discepts

1. discept [v] - See also: discept

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Discepts

discards
discardure
discarnate
discase
discased
discases
discasing
discectomies
discectomy
disced
discept
disceptation
disceptations
discepted
discepting
discepts (current term)
discern
discern'd
discernability
discernable
discernance
discerned
discerner
discerners
discerneth
discernibility
discernible
discernibleness
discernibly
discerning

Literary usage of Discepts

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1. The Religion of Our Literature: Essays Upon Thomas Carlyle, Robert Browning by George McCrie (1875)
"... revelation—refusing to receive that as a Divine revelation which his own reason " discepts" from, or denying certain parts of our Bible, for example, ..."

2. More Echoes from the Oxford Magazine, Being a Second Series of Reprints of by Alfred Denis Godley (1896)
"Morley is dreadfully candid ; Asquith discepts, has distinguished; Harcourt votes solid, if ever yet man did ; Freeman protests ; says it isn't the thing ..."

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