Definition of Dismayl

1. to deprive of mail (armour) [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dismayl

dismasked
dismasking
dismasks
dismast
dismasted
dismasting
dismastment
dismasts
dismay
dismayd
dismayed
dismayedness
dismayful
dismaying
dismayingly
dismayl (current term)
dismayled
dismayls
dismays
disme
dismember
dismembered
dismemberer
dismemberers
dismembering
dismemberings
dismemberment
dismemberments
dismembers
dismembrator

Literary usage of Dismayl

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1. The Life and Letters of Edward A. Freeman, D.C.L., LL. D. by William Richard Wood Stephens (1895)
"... nothing but indignation and dismayl. He regarded it as a most glaring instance of the increasing tendency to sacrifice sound learning and mental ..."

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