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Spell check of disengage

Correct spelling: disengage

Synonyms:
cut, take away, back out, free, set free, disaffiliate, assemble, separate, uncouple, recall, draw, pull in one's horns, sequestrate, abstract, unfasten, take, justify, move back, unhitch, draw back, part, disarticulate, discharge, slice, bow out, excise, disjoin, absolve, cleave, detach, pull away, undo, incise, let loose, rend, exile, pare, pull back, dissect, disassemble, segregate, fragment, divide, untie, disembarrass, estrange, remove, halve, untangle, disunite, disentangle, amputate, emancipate, give up, unloose, bisect, tighten, sunder, crawfish out, disintegrate, unfreeze, liberate, break, unloosen, dislodge, partition, loose, seclude, loosen, split, sequester, reprieve, unhinge, extricate, call in, resign, slip, deport, rid, rip, dissociate, clear, dislocate, recede, divorce, axe, take back, unbind, rupture, back away, release, retreat, dismantle, disassociate, insulate, exempt, unclasp, relinquish, crawfish, deliver, retire, disconnect, withdraw, call back, alienate, dismiss, disinvolve, take out, sever, displace, unseat, relieve, unsay, draw off, adjourn, unblock.

Antonyms:
encumber, operate, jam, load, hamper, obstruct, entangle, block, obturate, close up, hinder, burden, mesh, weigh, impede, occlude, engage, embroil, lock.

Examples of usage:

1) The small list of poems which are historical more than anything else, might be recruited from the Dramatic Idyls; but, for various reasons, this publication must stand alone; and even here, it is often difficult to disengage the actual fact, from the imaginary conditions in which it appears. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

2) It was still difficult for the lovers to disengage themselves from the crowd, for a group of Anton's comrades surrounded them, saying: " At your wedding we are going to march in front of you with the flag of the Club and the regimental music." - "Landolin", Berthold Auerbach.

3) She tried to disengage her hand, to point to it: but as his eyes sought hers with a question, she let it lie and nodded upwards instead. - "Hetty Wesley", Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.

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