Definition of Disendowment. Meaning of Disendowment. Synonyms of Disendowment

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Definition of Disendowment

Disendowment
Disendowment Dis`en*dow"ment, n. The act of depriving of an endowment or endowments. [The] disendowment of the Irish Church. --G. B. Smith.

Meaning of Disendowment from wikipedia

- Parliament largely on Welsh issues and in particular for disestablishment and disendowment of the Church of England. He wrote extensively for Liberal papers such...
- vernacular in preaching, attacked clerical corruption, and even advocated disendowment. But these topics were widely discussed throughout the late 14th century...
- Eventually, as G. M. Trevelyan put it, "the disestablishment and partial disendowment of the Irish Protestant Church was carried out in a masterly and sympathetic...
- frustration with her mother boils over, and G. G. threatens Pastor Dale with disendowing the church if the choir is not allowed to compete in the finals with...
- abstractions are endowed with human qualities; dehumanization then is the disendowment of these same qualities or a reduction to abstraction.[citation needed]...
- available to the church, leaving it without a major source of income. Disendowment, which was even more controversial than disestablishment, meant that...
- treatise; i.e., a late-fourteenth-century Lollard text that supports disendowment of the clergy and barring them from secular offices. (The husbandman...
- the conquest of France for the sake of diverting parliament from the disendowment of the Church. There is no contemporary authority for the charge, which...
- Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland by Gladstone, Maynooth was disendowed, lay trustees left the board. 1880 – Royal University of Ireland founded...
- Ireland by the British parliament (promoted by Gladstone), Maynooth was disendowed, and the lay trustees left the board. 1875 – Second National Synod held...
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