Definition of Disnest

1. to dislodge from a nest [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disnest

dismount
dismountable
dismounted
dismounting
dismounts
dismutase
dismutases
dismutate
dismutation
dismutations
disnaturalize
disnaturalized
disnaturalizes
disnaturalizing
disnatured
disnest (current term)
disnested
disnests
disneyfied
disneyfies
disneyfy
disneyfying
disobedience
disobediences
disobediencies
disobediency
disobedient
disobediently
disobeisance
disobeisant

Literary usage of Disnest

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1. The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden: Now First by John Dryden, Edmond Malone (1800)
"Any one may see that our author's chief design was, to disnest heaven of so many immoral and debauched deities ..."

2. George Castriot, Surnamed Scanderbeg, King of Albania by Clement Clarke Moore (1850)
"The time is now come that we must employ our whole power and endeavors to disnest these infidels, and to expel them wholly out of ..."

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