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disembarrass

verb dis·em·bar·rass \ˌdis-əm-ˈbar-əs\

Definition of DISEMBARRASS

transitive verb
:  to free (as oneself) from something troublesome or superfluous

Examples of DISEMBARRASS

  1. <still struggling to disembarrass herself of the emotional baggage of a failed relationship>

First Known Use of DISEMBARRASS

1726

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