Di*rempt" (?; 215), a. [L. diremptus, p. p. of dirimere to take apart, separate; di- = dis- + emere to buy, orig., to take.]

Divided; separated.

[Obs.]

Stow.

 

© Webster 1913.


Di*rempt", v. t.

To separate by force; to tear apart.

[Obs.]

Holinshed.

 

© Webster 1913.

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