Definition for DIS-PAU'PER

DIS-PAU'PER, v.t. [dis and pauper.]

To deprive of the claim of a pauper to public support, or of the capacity of suing in forma pauperis; to reduce back from the state of a pauper. A man is dispaupered, when he has lands fallen to him or property given him. – Encyc.

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