Definition of Disparting
1. dispart [v] - See also: dispart
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disparting
Literary usage of Disparting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. British Poets of the Nineteenth Century: Poems by Wordsworth, Coleridge by Curtis Hidden Page (1910)
"disparting o'er a forehead full As the milk-white space 'twixt horn and horn (}nly calm as a babe new-born : /•'or he was gut to a sleepy mood, ..."
2. The New Age, and Concordium Gazette (1845)
"Spirits severing conspire in souls disparting, these in bodies disuniting. Spirits revering combine in souls redeeming, these in bodies reuniting. ..."
3. The Complete Poetical Works of James Thomson by James Thomson, James Logie Robertson (1908)
"Hence, in old dusky time, a deluge came : When the deep-cleft disparting orb, ... 310 dry- crumbling Orb of Earth which 1728 ; disparting orb of earth that ..."
4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1857)
"... Aghast, the voice of Time, disparting towers' Tumbling all precipitate ... towers,” ie towers disparting under the Influence of Time? ..."
5. Rational Cosmology: Or, The Eternal Principles and the Necessary Laws of the by Laurens Perseus Hickok (1858)
"Not a counteracting and resisting, but a divel- lent and disparting activity; not an antagonistic, but hereafter known as distinctively a ..."