Dis*punct" (?), a.

Wanting in punctilious respect; discourteous.

[Obs.]

That were dispunct to the ladies. B. Jonson.

 

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Dis*punct", v. t. [See 1st Dispunge.]

To expunge.

[Obs.]

Foxe.

 

© Webster 1913.

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