Dishabit

Dis·hab'it transitive verb [ Prefix dis- + habit to inhabit.] To dislodge. [ Obsolete] « Those sleeping stones . . . from their fixed beds of lime Had been dishabited Shak.
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Dishabit

• (v. t.) To dislodge.
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