Definition of Dispenced
1. dispence [v] - See also: dispence
Lexicographical Neighbors of Dispenced
Literary usage of Dispenced
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Records of the Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn: The Black Books by James Douglas Walker, Lincoln's Inn (London, England) (1899)
"Ordered that the Reading of Mr Reader for next Lent [Edward Atkins*] be dispenced withall till next August, and he then to Read, and not before. ..."
2. Barnstaple and the Northern Part of Devonshire During the Great Civil War by Richard W. Cotton (1889)
"A PROCLAMATION, For all persons within our Quarters in the County of Devon, able to bear Arms, not being otherwise imployed by His Highnesse, or dispenced ..."
3. Publications by Hampshire Record Society, Winchester, Winchester Hampshire Record Society, American peace society, Algernon Sidney Crapsey, Ernest Howard Crosby, W. Evans Darby, John Hyde De Forest, Charles Edward Jefferson, Augustine Jones, Mrs. L. J. Mead, J. H. Ral (1897)
"... the North That Mr. Haswell was to continue the use of his woodhouse this winter and noe longer That I am to be dispenced with touching those clauses and ..."
4. Publications by Oxford Historical Society, Bostonian Society (1894)
"Well, but if your statutes can be no way altered or dispenced with, how came it to pass that the late Dr. Clerk was admitted president, ..."
5. The Camden Miscellany by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"... leases to be dispenced with : 6° no more imposicions to be henceforth laid upon home or foren commodities: 7° that Wales should not be subiect to such ..."
6. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters (1879)
"... so many pore aded to such as were made pore by the war, y' (though the gift was only dispenced according as it was given to such as wr made pore by the ..."
7. The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography by Virginia Historical Society (1893)
"... loading in those colonies, when laden, to go whither they please, and pay in the places where they do lade, (if it will not be dispenced with otherwise) ..."