Definition of Disgowned

1. disgown [v] - See also: disgown



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disgowned

disglorified
disglorifies
disglorify
disglorifying
disglory
disgorge
disgorged
disgorgement
disgorgements
disgorger
disgorgers
disgorges
disgorging
disgospelling
disgown
disgowned (current term)
disgowns
disgrace
disgraced
disgracedness
disgraceful
disgracefull
disgracefully
disgracefulness
disgracer
disgracers
disgraces
disgraceth
disgracing
disgracious

Literary usage of Disgowned

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1. Revelations of Spain in 1845 by T. M. Hughes (1845)
"Abd-el- Kader" has a disgowned priest nearly always at his side, and another chief robber of the E-onda, between Seville and Granada, has for his adviser ..."

2. Revelations of Spain in 1845 by T. M. Hughes (1845)
"Abd-el- Kader" has a disgowned priest nearly always at his side, and another chief robber of the Ronda, between Seville and Granada, has for his adviser ..."

3. Revelations of Spain in 1845 by Terence MacMahon Hughes (1845)
"Abd-el- Kader" has a disgowned priest nearly always at his side, and another chief robber of the Honda, between Seville and Granada, has for his adviser ..."

4. An Arabic-English Dictionary on a New System by Habib Anthony Salmoné (1890)
"disgowned, a. 419,24. Disgrace, n. 706,41 ; 92,02; 621,5. —t^.t. 706.25- Disgraceful, a. 434,65; 706,42. Disguise, «. 1105,66. —, vt 901,7; 1105,11. ..."

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