Dis*pone"\, v. t. [L. disponere. See Disposition.]

1. (Her.) To dispose.

2. To dispose of. --Chaucer.

3. (Scots Law) To make over, or convey, legally.

He has disponed . . . the whole estate. --Sir W. Scott.
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