Definition for DIS-COM'FIT

DIS-COM'FIT, v.t. [Fr. deconfire, deconfit; It. sconfiggere, sconfitta; from dis and the L. configo, to fasten, to nail; con and figo, to fix.]

To rout; to defeat; to scatter in fight; to cause to flee; to vanquish. Joshua discomfited Amalek and his people with the edge of the sword. – Ex. xvii. He, fugitive, declined superior strength, / Discomfited, pursued. – Philips.

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