Discoast

Dis*coast"

(?), v. i. [Pref. dis- + coast: cf. It. discostare.] To depart; to quit the coast (that is, the side or border) of anything; to be separated. [Obs.]
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As far as heaven and earth discoasted lie.
G. Fletcher.
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To discoast from the plain and simple way of speech.
Barrow.
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