disembarrass[ dis-em-bar-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF disembarrass
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He cleared his throat as though to disembarrass it of a garrote.
And of his vigilant sentinel there seems but one way to disembarrass himself.
It's his way of trying to disembarrass himself of his rivals: he's no simpleton.'
"I wish you were going to Rome with me," he added, to disembarrass the moment of parting.
My object has been to disembarrass my force from the incubus of non-combatants.
"No, no; none of that," said Mick, trying to disembarrass himself.
Knows also how to disembarrass herself of such as he who remained behind.
She knows he has conceived some scheme to disembarrass her of a husband, she no longer care?
He lets go the ropes, to disembarrass himself of his angling accoutrements; which he hurriedly does, flinging them at his feet.
The duke intended to disembarrass himself of his victims that very night by strangling them in a secluded part of the palace.