adempt

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin ademptum, past participle of adimo (I take away).

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adempt (third-person singular simple present adempts, present participle adempting, simple past and past participle adempted)

  1. (transitive, obsolete) To take away.
    • 1549, Hugh Latimer, "To the reader" in The Second Sermon preached at Westminster, 15 March 1549
      without any sinister suspicion of any thing in the same being added or adempt

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