Definition of Dispence

1. v. i. & n. See Dispense.



Definition of Dispence

1. dispense [v DISPENCED, DISPENCING, DISPENCES] - See also: dispense

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dispence

dispaupers
dispeace
dispeaces
dispeed
dispeeded
dispeeding
dispeeds
dispel
dispell'd
dispellable
dispelled
dispeller
dispellers
dispelling
dispels
dispence (current term)
dispenced
dispences
dispend
dispended
dispender
dispenders
dispending
dispends
dispensability
dispensable
dispensableness
dispensaries
dispensary
dispensation

Literary usage of Dispence

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Palladius On husbondrie by Rutilius Taurus Aemilianus Palladius (1879)
"166/46 dispence, inf. 6/112 dispense, inf. 194/igz expence, obj. 8/185 suspense, a. sing. 19/500 diligence, obi. negligence, obi. 8/210 dispence ..."

2. Henry VIII by Edward Hall (1904)
"... Bull graunted by July at her seconde mariage to the kyng, which seconde Bull wyth that clause was only purchased, to dispence with the second Matrimony ..."

3. On English Adjectives in -able: With Special Reference to Reliable by Fitzedward Hall (1877)
"He said that authority to dispence in humane laws was absolute and unlimited in the Pope, because he was superiour to them all ; and, therefore, ..."

4. State Papers: Relating to Henry VIII. by Great Britain Record Commission (1849)
"... if it shalbe founde and appere assuredly that the Pope may in " no wise dispence with the King to procede ad 2a» vota, the Quene being alive in religion ..."

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