Disengaging machinery. See under Engaging.

(Dis`en*no"ble) v. t. To deprive of that which ennobles; to degrade.

An unworthy behavior degrades and disennobles a man.

(Dis`en*roll") v. i. [imp. & p. p. Disenrolled ; p. pr. & vb. n. Disenrolling.] To erase from a roll or list. [Written also disenrol.] Donne.

(Dis`en*san"i*ty) n. [Pref. dis- + en (L. in) + sanity.] Insanity; folly. [Obs.]

What tediosity and disensanity
Is here among!
Beau. & Fl.

(Dis`en*shroud"ed) a. Freed from a shroudlike covering; unveiled.

The disenshrouded statue.
R. Browning.

(Dis`en*slave") v. t. To free from bondage or slavery; to disenthrall.

He shall disenslave and redeem his soul.

(Dis`en*tail") v. t. (Law) To free from entailment.

(Dis`en*tan"gle) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Disentangled ; p. pr. & vb. n. Disentangling ]

1. To free from entanglement; to release from a condition of being intricately and confusedly involved or interlaced; to reduce to orderly arrangement; to straighten out; as, to disentangle a skein of yarn.

2. To extricate from complication and perplexity; disengage from embarrassing connection or intermixture; to disembroil; to set free; to separate.

To disentangle truth from error.

To extricate and disentangle themselves out of this labyrinth.

A mind free and disentangled from all corporeal mixtures.
Bp. Stillingfleet.

Syn. — To loose; extricate; disembarrass; disembroil; clear; evolve; disengage; separate; detach.

(Dis`en*tan"gle*ment) n. The act of disentangling or clearing from difficulties. Warton.

Disengaged to Disgrace

(Dis`en*gaged") a. Not engaged; free from engagement; at leisure; free from occupation or care; vacant.Dis`en*ga"ged*ness n.

(Dis`en*gage"ment) n. [Pref. dis- + engagement: cf. F. désengagement.]

1. The act of disengaging or setting free, or the state of being disengaged.

It is easy to render this disengagement of caloric and light evident to the senses.
Transl. of Lavoisier.

A disengagement from earthly trammels.
Sir W. Jones.

2. Freedom from engrossing occupation; leisure.

Disengagement is absolutely necessary to enjoyment.
Bp. Butler.

(Dis`en*ga"ging) a. Loosing; setting free; detaching.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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