dispark

dispark

(dɪsˈpɑːk)
vb (tr)
1. to release from confinement
2. to treat (a private park) as if it is common ground
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(50) In addition to Richard's seizure of Gaunt's wealth at Act II, Scene 1, see also Bolingbroke's accusation to Bushy and Green that they have 'Disparked my parks, and felled my forest woods, | From my own windows torn my household coat, | Razed out my imprese' (Richard II, III.
The site of the park - starting point for the city's annual Women's 10K Race - was once within the boundaries of the Royal Deer Park of Toxteth which became disparked in 1591 and the land eventually came under the control of the Earl of Sefton.