Definition of Disvalues
1. disvalue [v] - See also: disvalue
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Literary usage of Disvalues
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1920)
"... that it does not belong wholly or solely to the individual : but Dr. Bosanquet himself expressly recognizes that there are "disvalues" that might keep ..."
2. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1889)
"... magistrate for the coercion of all idle, disvalues ; provided, that the said father shall bind ..."
3. Restituta: Or, Titles, Extracts, and Characters of Old Books in English by Egerton Brydges (1816)
"He reviews his owne countrey with a kind of" disdainful loathing, as if there were nothing in it worthy loving. He disvalues our ..."
4. Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Marquess of Ormonde, K. P.: Preserved at by James Butler Ormonde, Caesar Litton Falkiner, Francis Elrington Ball (1902)
"... His Majesty hopes that you will not conceive that he disvalues either the advices or the persons from whom they proceed, because the execution of some ..."
5. Participatory Development: Learning from South Asia by Ponna Wignaraja (1991)
"If 'theory' is not sensitive to this very basic human demand, if it has no responsibility for creating a base for the rejection of disvalues, ..."
6. The Whole Works of the Rev. W. Bates by William Bates (1815)
"He that chooses evil company, is like one that voluntarily frequents a house infected with the plague; who is either a fool and disvalues life, or desperate ..."
7. Post-apartheid Patterns of Internal Migration in South Africa by Pieter Kok (2003)
"... of migration: categories of values and disvalues, their strength, salience and centrality Expectancy of attaining values: certainty of outcome to self ..."
8. The works of ... Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1855)
"... coercion of all idle, disvalues ; provided, that the said father shall bind himself in a penalty of - for the good behaviour of his children. obedient, ..."