disple

Related to disple: dispel, disciple

disple

(ˈdɪspəl)
vb (tr)
obsolete to punish, esp in a religious sense
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Along these lines, Allen states that "[c]ourts relying upon privacy arguments must seek to acknowledge all the privacy claims, disple all the ambiguity about who is asserting them, and then decide which claims to legitimate.
Solomon told the audience he wanted to disple some myths about buying and bidding on RTC servicing.
But other imprints in the smooth black shale disple any image of a peaceful prehistoric aquarium.