- dis- + punishable (Wiktionary)
“The following seems to me to be an effect of this kind, and it strikes me the stronger as I remember the case to have happened, and remember it to have been dispunishable.”
“I. W Hard that lessee for years without waste should enjoy the trees or malsriali of the house when he pulls them down: the intention of that daase dtdy beisg that the lessee fer years should be is dispunishable as before the statute of Gloucester.”
“The only free agent in the whole transaction is the in - former: but he is not only as dispunishable as the to me. ”
Internet Archive: Junius : including letters by the same writer, under other signatures, (now first collected) to which are added, his confidential correspondence with Mr. Wilkes, and his private letters addressed to Mr. H.S. Woodfall ; with a preliminary essay, notes, fac-similes, &c.
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