detach

[ dih-tach ]SEE DEFINITION OF detach

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DETACH

Detach the oysters from their shells and put then into china shells with their own liquor.

Nevertheless, Lady Spencer could not detach her daughter from the gay world.

As the host let out pleasure boats, they asked him to come and detach one.

Found on sticks and logs, they are quite hard to detach from their hosts.

He stirred, seemed to detach himself from the rail with difficulty.

Then France, as we see, was only anxious to detach Catherine from Frederick.

The two men used all their strength to detach the gondola from the shore.

In place of attaching myself to life, I detach myself from it.

It did not droop and detach itself and sink into the ground.

And, if it's not loose, I will detach it with the greatest possible speed.

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