disengage[ dis-en-geyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF disengage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISENGAGE
When you make a pass, Sir, you must first disengage, and your body must be well turned.
As he said this he gently strove to disengage himself from her hold.
We must disengage ourselves from the ideas which the customary use of words has implanted in us.
Gently she sought to disengage her hand, the trouble in her face increasing.
This time he resolved to go in on the fifth disengage, and in on that he went with the same ease.
He tried to disengage her hands that were clasped behind his neck.
She tried to disengage her wrist, but he was holding her with a tight, nervous grip.
He returned her embrace, trying at the same time to disengage himself from it.
Meantime, somebody was trying to disengage my feet from the stirrups.
Her blush and a feeble effort to disengage her hand brought him to himself.