Sentence- "The relationship between one country's terrorist who is the opposing country's freedom fighter is a dispartan one." Definition 2- The point at which two ideas collide with no possibility of coming together. Sentence- "The priest and the atheist had a dispartan conversation for the ages." Origin- The Spartan motif of 'victory or death' âAnother (Spartan) woman handed her son his shield, and exhorted him: âSon, either with this or on this.'â From Plutarchâs Moralia.
dispartanNew Word Suggestion
Adjective. The point at which two opposing forces meet yet will not relinquish their respective positions to any degree indefinitely and with the utmost resolve.
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