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disenthrall

verb dis·en·thrall \ˌdis-in-ˈthrl\

Definition of DISENTHRALL

transitive verb
:  to free from bondage :  liberate

Variants of DISENTHRALL

dis·en·thrall also dis·en·thral \ˌdis-in-ˈthrl\

Examples of DISENTHRALL

  1. <we must disenthrall ourselves from time-honored ways of doing things, or we will never progress as a society>

First Known Use of DISENTHRALL

1643

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