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deaccession

verb de·ac·ces·sion \ˌdē-ik-ˈse-shən, -ak-\

Definition of DEACCESSION

transitive verb
:  to sell or otherwise dispose of (an item in a collection) <the museum deaccessioned several paintings>
deaccession noun

First Known Use of DEACCESSION

1972

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