deraign definition

  • verb:
    • To prove or even refute by proof, particularly on threat of fight.
    • To engage in (battle, fight etc.).
  • verb-transitive:
    • To prove or to refute by proof; to clear (one's self).
  • others:
    • In old English law, to show; justify; vindicate, as an assertion; clear one's self, either by proving your very own case or by refuting compared to an adversary: occasionally used of an abstract or chronologic tracing of a chain of subject to property.
    • To claim and try to win by fight or fight; battle for.
    • to prepare (an army); set up trying of battle.
    • To derange; condition; disarrange.

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