|v. t.||1.||To deprive of the claim of a pauper to public support; to deprive of the privilege of suing in forma pauperis.|
TO DISPAUPER, Eng. law. To deprive a person of the privilege of suing in
forma pauperis. (q.v.)
2. When a person has been admitted to sue in forma pauperis, and, before the suit is ended, it appears that the party. has become the owner of a sufficient estate real or personal, or has been guilty of some wrong, he may be dispaupered.