Definition of Dissaved

1. Verb. (past of dissave) ¹



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Definition of Dissaved

1. dissave [v] - See also: dissave

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissaved

dissarray
dissatisfaction
dissatisfactions
dissatisfactoriness
dissatisfactory
dissatisfied
dissatisfiedness
dissatisfier
dissatisfiers
dissatisfies
dissatisfy
dissatisfying
dissatisfyingly
dissatisfyingness
dissave
dissaved (current term)
dissaver
dissavers
dissaves
dissaving
dissavings
disseat
disseated
disseating
disseats
dissect
dissectability
dissectable
dissected
dissectible

Literary usage of Dissaved

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1. American Standards of Living, 1918-1988 by Clair Brown (1994)
"They also dissaved 1.7% more of their income. 35. Robert Lynd, 'The Consumer Becomes a "Problem," ' in The Ultimate Consumer: A Study in Economic Illiteracy ..."

2. Growth in Senegal: A Lost Opportunity? by Jean-Claude Berthélemy, Abdoulaye Seck, Ann Vourc'h (1996)
"Although budget savings had clearly recovered after 1983, the burden was such that the state still dissaved when it made the interest payments (Figure 2.4), ..."

3. Lettres, instructions et mémoires de Marie Stuart, reine d'Écosse by Mary (1844)
"... ether ar they dissaved in thair opinions or thay beare not so great affection as they seme to do, ..."

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