(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene) that same mighty man of God, / That bloud-red billowes like a walled front / On either side disparted with his rod (..)
- The world will be whole, and refuses to be disparted.
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)
1854-1862, (w), "DISPART", in ''English Cyclopaedia''
- On account of the dispart, the line of aim or line of metal, which is in a plane passing through the axis of the gun, always makes a small angle with the axis.
To furnish with a dispart sight.
To make allowance for the dispart in (a gun), when taking aim.
1583, Richard Lucars, ''Arte of Shooting''
- Every gunner, before he shoots, must truly dispart his piece.