disarm

[ dis-ahrm ]SEE DEFINITION OF disarm

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But he was resolved to use his best skill to disarm her sophistication.

She could disarm Gustavus of his sword, which was so terrible to the princes of Europe.

There is not another instrument can be discovered, to disarm and vanquish the human mind.

“To work, madame,” he replied, lifting his cap with a courtesy which seemed to disarm her.

Unconsciously, each had taken the best method to disarm the other.

Claire was studying her anxiously, and Marion hastened to disarm her.

Neither his distress nor yet the sheer absurdity of it was able to disarm me.

This I said to disarm his suspicions should he see me talking alone with Mr. Mason.

"Well, they haven't any right to disarm us," returned the youth, determinedly.

The Winnebago was shrewd enough to disarm any doubt that might have been felt about himself.

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