disappropriate definition

  • verb:
    • To remove a thing that was allotted to some one; usually to reassign it in other places.
    • to eliminate a thing that is allocated to somebody; often to reassign it in other places.
    • to eliminate something that happens to be allocated to some body; usually to reassign it somewhere else.
  • adjective:
    • Severed through the appropriation or possession of a spiritual business.
    • Severed through the appropriation or control of a spiritual firm.
    • Severed through the appropriation or possession of a spiritual business.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce from specific ownership or control.
    • To sever from appropriation or ownership a spiritual corporation.
    • To release from individual ownership or ownership.
    • To sever from appropriation or ownership a spiritual corporation.
    • To release from specific ownership or possession.
    • To sever from appropriation or possession a spiritual firm.
  • others:
    • to eliminate from individual ownership or ownership; throw off or aside; eradicate.
    • Specifically To sever or split, as an appropriation; withdraw from a suitable usage.
    • To rob of appropriated property, as a church; exclude or debar from ownership.
    • to get rid of from specific ownership or ownership; throw-off or aside; dump.
    • Specifically To sever or separate, as an appropriation; withdraw from the right usage.
    • To rob of appropriated property, as a church; exclude or debar from ownership.
    • Deprived of appropriation; perhaps not having appropriated church property.
    • Deprived of appropriation; perhaps not having appropriated chapel home.
    • To remove from specific possession or ownership; throw off or aside; remove.
    • Specifically To sever or separate, as an appropriation; withdraw from an appropriate usage.
    • To rob of appropriated home, as a church; exclude or debar from control.
    • Deprived of appropriation; maybe not possessing appropriated chapel property.

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