• Definition for "disencumber"
    • to alleviate of burdens or hardships.
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disencumber definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to alleviate of burdens or hardships.
    • To without encumbrance, or from everything which clogs, impedes, or obstructs; to disburden.
    • to alleviate of burdens or hardships.
    • To clear of encumbrance, or from any such thing which blocks, impedes, or obstructs; to disburden.
  • verb:
    • to eliminate an encumbrance or burden from (someone or something like that).
    • launch from entanglement of trouble
    • to get rid of an encumbrance or burden from (some body or something like that).
    • launch from entanglement of difficulty
  • others:
    • To clear of encumbrance or from whatever has a tendency to encumber, burden, hamper, or impede; disburden: because, the soldiers disencumbered themselves of their baggage; to disencumber your brain of its prejudices; to disencumber a property of financial obligation.
    • To free from encumbrance or from whatever tends to encumber, burden, hamper, or impede; disburden: because, the troops disencumbered themselves of their luggage; to disencumber the mind of their prejudices; to disencumber an estate of debt.
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