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displode

verb dis·plode \di-ˈsplōd\
dis·plod·eddis·plod·ing

Definition of DISPLODE

archaic
:  explode
dis·plo·sion \-ˈsplō-zhən\ noun

Origin of DISPLODE

Latin displodere, from dis- + plaudere to clap, applaud
First Known Use: 1667

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