On one occasion he procured an eagle, which he boiled for two days and then managed to disjoint.
Take a couple of fine ones, and cut them up, or disjoint them.
It is not in my power to disjoint my nature and reconstruct it with iron!
With this, he indignantly jerked his rod from the water and began to disjoint it.
disjoint each there, and cut through the muscles until each leg is severed from the body.
Clean and disjoint the chicken, and boil until tender in water to cover.
With this, he indignantly jerked his rod from the water, and began to disjoint it.
disjoint the bone here and remove it up to this place, as Fig. 37 illustrates.
disjoint, cut the breast into four pieces, cut the thigh and leg apart.
disjoint the bone at the other joint, and remove the skin and meat from the bone by turning them inside out, as in Fig. 41.
disjoint dis·joint (dĭs-joint')
v. dis·joint·ed, dis·joint·ing, dis·joints
To put out of joint; dislocate.