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How to use disembarrass in a sentence

The ambassador readily gave in to the idea, which at least tended to disembarrass him of me.
THE CONFESSIONS OF J. J. ROUSSEAU, COMPLETEJEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU
They come to disembarrass our paradise of us, as they would clear a fragrant and fruitful wood of apes and reptiles.
THE HOUR AND THE MANHARRIET MARTINEAU
At the present moment, it was the great desire of his heart to sell the smaller of his two properties and disembarrass the other.
THE WAY WE LIVE NOWANTHONY TROLLOPE
"No, no; none of that," said Mick, trying to disembarrass himself.
SYBILBENJAMIN DISRAELI
I therefore opened my old hole, and my friends assisted me to disembarrass myself of sand.
THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF BARON TRENCKBARON TRENCK
He was obliged to stop and speak to them, and it was difficult to disembarrass himself of friends who greeted him so kindly.
HENRIETTA TEMPLEBENJAMIN DISRAELI
The rumor actually lived for a day that Potts was to disembarrass the town of his presence.
THE BOSS OF LITTLE ARCADYHARRY LEON WILSON
It is difficult for a frequent play-goer to disembarrass the idea of Hamlet from the person and voice of Mr. K.
THE WORKS OF CHARLES LAMB IN FOUR VOLUMES, VOLUME 4CHARLES LAMB
With this sum disembarrass yourself immediately of all the English who trouble you.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, VOL. V, NO. XXIX., OCTOBER, 1852VARIOUS
It's his way of trying to disembarrass himself of his rivals: he's no simpleton.'
THE THIRTEENHONORE DE BALZAC
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO DISEMBARRASS

  • absolve
  • deliver
  • discharge
  • disembarrass
  • disencumber
  • dismiss
  • dispense
  • excuse
  • exempt
  • force to resign
  • free
  • let off
  • privilege
  • pull
  • release
  • spare
  • throw out
  • unburden
  • yank
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