Etymology
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defrock (v.)

1580s, "deprive of priestly garb," from French défroquer (15c.), from de- (see de-) + froque "frock" (see frock). Related: Defrocked. A Modern English verb frock "supply with a frock" is attested only from 1828 and probably is a back-formation from this.

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Definitions of defrock

defrock (v.)
divest of the frock; of church officials;
Synonyms: unfrock
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