Definition of Disendowed

1. Verb. (past of disendow) ¹



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Definition of Disendowed

1. disendow [v] - See also: disendow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disendowed

disencharms
disencline
disenclose
disenclosed
disencloses
disenclosing
disencouragement
disencouragements
disencumber
disencumbered
disencumbering
disencumbers
disencumbrance
disencumbrances
disendow
disendowed (current term)
disendower
disendowers
disendowing
disendowment
disendowments
disendows
disenfranchise
disenfranchised
disenfranchises
disenfranchising
disengage
disengaged

Literary usage of Disendowed

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1. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1869)
"well as built by the munificence of wealthy Presbyterians— which is about to be disendowed in common with the other religious communities of Ireland. ..."

2. The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, K. G., and His Times by Alexander Charles Ewald (1882)
"Mr. Sinclair Aytoun proposed a resolution, that when " the Anglican Church iu Ireland is disestablished and disendowed the grant to Maynooth and the ..."

3. The Miscellany of the New Spalding Club by Alexander Macdonald Munro, David Littlejohn, Alexander Emslie Smith (1908)
"... their congregations were devotedly attached to the Episcopal Communion, and, although the Church had in 1689 been disestablished and disendowed, ..."

4. Notes from My Journal when Speaker of the House of Commons by John Evelyn Denison Ossington (1900)
"That it must be disendowed. That religious equality must be established. 2yd March, 1868.—Mr. Gladstone placed on the Table the terms of his notice about ..."

5. ... The French Revolution by Hippolyte Taine (1897)
"Uncompensated suppression of tithes.—Confiscation of ecclesiastical possessions.—Effect on the Treasury and on disendowed ..."

6. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1879)
"If the Church were disendowed, as many of our opponents wish, then, as the Bishop of Lincoln puts it, " the priesthood would be pauperised, ..."

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