Definition of Disestablishing

1. Verb. (present participle of disestablish) ¹



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Definition of Disestablishing

1. disestablish [v] - See also: disestablish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disestablishing

disequilibrated
disequilibrates
disequilibration
disequilibria
disequilibrium
disequilibriums
disertly
diserve
disespouse
disespoused
disespouses
disespousing
disestablish
disestablished
disestablishes
disestablishing (current term)
disestablishment
disestablishmentarian
disestablishmentarianism
disestablishmentarians
disestablishments
disestablisht
disesteem
disesteemed
disesteemer
disesteemers
disesteeming
disesteems
disestimation
diseur

Literary usage of Disestablishing

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1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1869)
"... the Session—The great question of disestablishing the Irish Church—Important interests dependent on that controversy—Attempts by Mr. Phn cud the Marquis ..."

2. Ireland, 1798-1898 by William O'Connor Morris (1898)
"... becomes Prime Minister after the General Election of 1868—The Act of 1869 disestablishing and ..."

3. The Life and Times of Queen Victoria by Robert Wilson (1893)
"... Mr. Gladstone's Irish Church Policy—Release of Fenians—Mr. Gladstone's Scheme for disestablishing the Irish Church—The Debate in the Commons—The Second ..."

4. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1885)
"And her enemies would destroy the Church if they could, though when they talk of disestablishing her they use a word which, in the sense they mean it, ..."

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