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devest

verb de·vest \di-ˈvest\

Definition of DEVEST

transitive verb
:  divest

Origin of DEVEST

Middle French desvestir, from Medieval Latin disvestire, from Latin dis- + vestire to clothe — more at vest
First Known Use: 1563

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