divest[ dih-vest, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF divest
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVEST
No, no, he could not divest himself of that gown which clung so tightly to his flesh.
It is difficult to divest the mind of facts with which it is most familiar.
He was in a hurry to divest himself of everything recalling the peasant.
Our proclivity to details cannot quite degrade our life and divest it of poetry.
She will have to divest herself of all her "Kilgobbinries" ere I present her to my friends in town.'
I then proceeded to divest myself of my articles of clothing.
What a mischievous alteration in spelling is divest instead of devest.
Much more, who will undertake to divest him of things which he never had?
"I would I could divest you of the idea and the money too," said Robinson.
English to the backbone, he could not divest himself of a sense of guilt.