Definition of Disenthralls

1. Verb. (third-person singular of disenthrall) ¹



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Definition of Disenthralls

1. disenthrall [v] - See also: disenthrall

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disenthralls

disentanglement
disentanglements
disentangler
disentanglers
disentangles
disentangling
disenter
disenterred
disenterring
disenthral
disenthrall
disenthralled
disenthralling
disenthrallment
disenthrallments
disenthralls (current term)
disenthralment
disenthralments
disenthrals
disenthrone
disenthroned
disenthrones
disenthroning
disentitle
disentitled
disentitles
disentitling
disentomb
disentombed
disentombing

Literary usage of Disenthralls

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1. Notes and Reviews by Henry James, Pierre de Chaignon la Rose (1921)
"... we say, disenthralls the machinery from the shattered authority of the wreck. To believe so big a story you must understand what an extraordinary ..."

2. A Geography and Atlas of Protestant Missions: Their Environment, Forces by Harlan Page Beach (1901)
"The history of the Hawaiian Islands shows how the overthrow of such a domination immediately disenthralls a people. It should be remembered, however, ..."

3. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1875)
"The change is recommended by powerful physical arguments, and it disenthralls the theories of science from many metaphysical difficulties which weigh ..."

4. The Book of the Sonnet by Leigh Hunt, S Adams Lee (1867)
"While the silver dew Holy as manna on the meadow falls, Thy song's impassioned clarity, trembling through This omnipresent stillness, disenthralls The soul ..."

5. The Biblical Repository and Classical Review. by American Biblical Repository (1837)
"There is a clearness in truth ; a directness and a freshness in it, which strangely disenthralls the spirit, and gives free, full scope. ..."

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