Definition of disenthral in English:


Line breaks: dis|en¦thral
Pronunciation: /ˌdɪsɪnˈθrɔːl
, ˌdɪsɛn-/
(US disenthrall)

verb (disenthrals, disenthralling, disenthralled)

[with object] literary
Set free: I disenthral my mind from theories
More example sentences
  • He hoped to see them shake themselves loose and so be disenthralled.
  • As Lincoln once said, and this applies across the ideological spectrum, ‘We must disenthrall ourselves, and then we shall save our country.’
  • Indeed, you say the main purpose of your recent book is ‘to disenthrall those who believe consciousness is metaphysical.’



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  • It is for her salvation and purification I do it, and for the redemption and disenthralment of my race.
  • We wish her disenthralment from the deep superstition and idolatry in which she is sunk.
  • See it in what light you will - the world is yet in its first stage of disenthralment if not development, hence - unprepared.

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