Decerpt De*cerpt", a. [L. decerptus, p. p. of decerpere.] Plucked off or away. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • decerptible — † deˈcerptible, a. Obs. rare 0. [f. L. ppl. stem dēcerpt (see prec.) + ible: cf. contemptible.] ‘That may be cropped off’ (Bailey, vol. II, 1727) …   Useful english dictionary

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