(Dis`en*ter") v. t. See Disinter.
(Dis`en*thrall") v. t. [See Enthrall.] To release from thralldom or slavery; to give freedom
to; to disinthrall. [Written also disenthral.] Milton.
(Dis`en*thrall"ment) n. Liberation from bondage; emancipation; disinthrallment. [Written
(Dis`en*throne") v. t. To dethrone; to depose from sovereign authority. Milton.
(Dis`en*ti"tle) v. t. To deprive of title or claim.
Every ordinary offense does not disentitle a son to the love of his father.South.
(Dis`en*tomb") v. t. To take out from a tomb; a disinter.
(Dis`en*trail") v. t. To disembowel; to let out or draw forth, as the entrails. [Obs.]
As if he thought her soul to disentrail.Spenser.
(Dis`en*trance") v. t. To awaken from a trance or an enchantment. Hudibras.
(Dis`en*twine") v. t. To free from being entwined or twisted. Shelley.
(Di*sep"al*ous) a. [Pref. di- + sepalous.] (Bot.) Having two sepals; two- sepaled.
(Dis*ert") a. [L. disertus, for dissertus, p. p.: cf. F. disert. See Dissert.] Eloquent. [Obs.]
(Dis*er"ti*tude) n. [L. disertitud.] Eloquence. [Obs.]
(Dis*ert"y) adv. Expressly; clearly; eloquently. [Obs.] Holland.
(Dis`es*pouse") v. t. To release from espousal or plighted faith. [Poetic] Milton.
(Dis`es*tab"lish) v. t. To unsettle; to break up (anything established); to deprive, as a church,
of its connection with the state. M. Arnold.
1. The act or process of unsettling or breaking up that which has been established; specifically, the withdrawal
of the support of the state from an established church; as, the disestablishment and disendowment of
the Irish Church by Act of Parliament.
2. The condition of being disestablished.
(Dis`es*teem") n. Want of esteem; low estimation, inclining to dislike; disfavor; disrepute.
Disesteem and contempt of the public affairs.Milton.
(Dis`es*teem"), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Disesteemed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Disesteeming.]
1. To feel an absence of esteem for; to regard with disfavor or slight contempt; to slight.
But if this sacred gift you disesteem.Denham.
Qualities which society does not disesteem.Ld. Lytton.