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  • n. The disruption of a pair

Etymologies

de- +‎ pairing (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Every face beamed with gladness, every heart was lightened of its depairing burden.

    Franklin County: William Tell Barnitz to the Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph, March 27, 1863

  • Lim Kit Siang and Nizar "Brother Yong" Jamaluddin should be cited for contempt of court As expected, the DAP who have the most to lose in this morning's Federal Court judgement on Court of Appeal's decision of over turning Kuala Lumpur High Court decision to grant the decision in favour of deposed DAP-puppet MB Nizar "Brother Yong" Jamaluddin's suit for the Perak Menteri Besar's seat, made depairing remarks on the ruling.

    SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator

  • A sort of grim and depairing inevatability, yes, but enthusiasm?

    UkPoliBlog: Composite feed

  • However, Banbury were rocked minutes later when Matt Bye pushed a pass from the right into the path of Bushin who raced clear and cleverly slotted the ball across the face of the goal and into the far corner past a depairing Joe Murrell in the Banbury goal.

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  • For, in short, not being the defeated, depairing wretch I should be in the absence of the divine.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

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