He lets go the ropes, to disembarrass himself of his angling accoutrements; which he hurriedly does, flinging them at his feet.
And of his vigilant sentinel there seems but one way to disembarrass himself.
The rumor actually lived for a day that Potts was to disembarrass the town of his presence.
He cleared his throat as though to disembarrass it of a garrote.
It is difficult for a frequent playgoer to disembarrass the idea of Hamlet from the person and voice of Mr. K.
It's his way of trying to disembarrass himself of his rivals: he's no simpleton.'
At the present moment, it was the great desire of his heart to sell the smaller of his two properties and disembarrass the other.
"I wish you were going to Rome with me," he added, to disembarrass the moment of parting.
As soon as he was cured, to disembarrass his hosts and not abuse their goodness, Voltaire had himself taken to Paris.
My object has been to disembarrass my force from the incubus of non-combatants.