Definition of Disparks
1. Verb. (third-person singular of dispark) ¹
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Definition of Disparks
1. dispark [v] - See also: dispark
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Literary usage of Disparks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: In the by Great Britain Court of Chancery, Philip Yorke Hardwicke (1831)
"But suppose the owner with consent of the parson disparks some to be enjoyed as before ; I should think, it was the incumbent's intent, that it should be ..."
2. The Ecclesiastical Law by Richard Burn, Robert Philip Tyrwhitt (1824)
"But suppose the owner, with consent of the parson, disparks some to be enjoyed as before; I should think, it was the incumbent's intent, that it should be ..."
3. A Collection of Acts and Records of Parliament: With Reports of Cases by Sir Henry Gwillim, Charles Ellis (1825)
"But, suppose the owner, with consent of the parson, disparks some to be enjoyed as before : I should think it was the incumbent's intent, that it should be ..."
4. A Collection of the Reports of Cases, the Statutes, and Ecclesiastical Laws by Francis King Eagle, Edward Younge (1826)
"But suppose the owner with consent of the parson disparks some to be enjoyed as before : I should think, it was the incumbe/it's intent, that it should be ..."
5. The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor by Jeremy Taylor, Charles Page Eden, Reginald Heber, Alexander Taylor (1849)
"This device is of infinite danger, to the destruction of the whole sacred order of the ministry, and disparks the inclosures, and lays all in common, ..."
6. The Journal of Nicholas Assheton, of Downham, in the County of Lancaster by Nicholas Assheton, Francis Robert Raines (1848)
"... first married in 1580,8,16; disparks his park, 17; provides clergymen at his own expense, 19; his compassion, 20; his liberality, 20; his hospitality, ..."
7. Eight Centuries of Reports: Or, Eight Hundred Cases Solemnly Adjudged in the by Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber (1885)
"... to be received by the hands of a bailiff of one of the king's manors : in this case if the king disparks the park, the fee remains : it is otherwise in ..."