Word:

Discerp

Dis`cerp´
v. t.1.To tear in pieces; to rend.
2.To separate; to disunite.
Verb1.discerp - divide into pieces; "our department was dismembered when our funding dried up"; "The Empire was discerped after the war"
2.discerp - cut off from a whole; "His head was severed from his body"; "The soul discerped from the body"
Synonyms: lop, sever
dismember, divide, part, separate, take apart
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Discase
Discede
Discept
Disceptation
Disceptator
Discern
discernability
discernable
Discernance
Discerner
Discernible
Discernibleness
Discernibly
Discerning
Discerningly
Discernment
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Discerpibility
Discerpible
Discerption
Discerptive
Discession
Discharge
discharge lamp
Discharge of a contract
Discharge of a jury
discharge pipe
discharged
Discharger
Discharging arch
Discharging piece
Discharging rod
Dischevele
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