sepose

transitive verb

Definition of sepose

-ed/-ing/-s
obsolete
:to set aside :reserve
  • God seposed a seventh of our time for his exterior worship
  • —John Donne

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Origin and Etymology of sepose

modification (influenced by 1pose & suppose) of Latin sepositus, past participle of seponere to set apart, from sed-, se- apart (from sed, se without) + ponere to place


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