Disfellowship Dis*fel"low*ship, v. t. [See {Fellowship}, v. t.] To exclude from fellowship; to refuse intercourse with, as an associate. [1913 Webster]

An attempt to disfellowship an evil, but to fellowship the evildoer. --Freewill Bapt. Quart. [1913 Webster]

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