Desart Definition

noun
1786, Boswell, Life Of Johnson, Volume 5.
Probably he had been thinking of the whole of the simile in Cato, of which that is the concluding line; the sandy desart had struck him so strongly.
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1871, James Fenimore Cooper, Wyandotte.
We are like people on a desart island, out here in the wilderness--and if ships won't arrive to tell us how matters come on, we must send one out to l'arn it for us.
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Singular:
desart
Plural:
desarts

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