dispathy

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Etymology[edit]

From dyspathy by confusion with the prefix dis-

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Noun[edit]

dispathy (countable and uncountable, plural dispathies)

  1. Alternative form of dyspathy
    • 1829, Robert Southey, Sir Thomas More; or, Colloquies on the Progress and Prospects of Society
      many discrepancies and some dispathies between us

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