disencumber[ dis-en-kuhm-ber ]SEE DEFINITION OF disencumber
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I have done so to disencumber myself of the weight of an injustice.
The remainder of my chains I could disencumber myself of at pleasure.
So I could disencumber myself of most of my fetters, and sleep in ease.
Yet he cannot disencumber himself of his lifelong methods of composition.
Ere he could disencumber it I pressed forward upon the landing.
At the shout of "Godstone" he threw the paper down, and made haste to disencumber himself of the bag.
And you have travelled throughout Europe for upwards of three years to disencumber yourself of 16,000 a year?
But before Daly could disencumber himself of his weapons and costume, Helen entered the hall.
He hastened to disencumber a chair of Matthew Henry's Commentary, and begged his visitor to be seated.
The doctrines of Paul are not so much theological baggage, of which the Church would do well straightway to disencumber itself.