disfurnish

verb
dis·fur·nish | \(ˌ)dis-ˈfər-nish \

Definition of disfurnish 

transitive verb

: to make destitute of possessions : divest

Other Words from disfurnish

disfurnishment \-mənt \ noun

First Known Use of disfurnish

1531, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for disfurnish

Middle French desfourniss-, stem of desfournir, from des- dis- + fournir to furnish

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