disentangle[ dis-en-tang-guhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF disentangle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISENTANGLE
Yes; he has come over to disentangle the mystery about the diamonds.
He cannot disentangle the arts from the virtues—at least he is always arguing from one to the other.
The student of this day finds it difficult to disentangle the varied accounts.
It was impossible to disentangle one's activity from its debasing contacts.
So I have tried to disentangle it, and give it here in a simpler form.
It is hard to disentangle the influence of one event from that exerted by another.
From every mesh in the social web, he can disentangle a grace.
And, kneeling down, she began to disentangle a fly, imprisoned in a cobweb.
That was a problem which Fanny set herself to disentangle in her own particular way.
But to get it I had to disentangle Algernon first, and I had no hand available.