Impropriate

• (a.) Put into the hands of a layman; impropriated. • (v. i.) To become an impropriator. • (v. t.) To appropriate to one`s self; to assume. • (v. t.) To place the profits of (ecclesiastical property) in the hands of a layman for care and disbursement.
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Impropriate

Im·pro'pri·ate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Impropriated ; present participle & verbal noun Impropriating .] [ Prefix im- in + Latin propriatus , past participle of propriare to appropriate. See
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impropriate

to appropriate for private use
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