OTHER WORDS FROM disabusedis·a·bus·al, noun
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Nothing could be farther from the truth, and a closer look at data can help disabuse us of this notion.Three factors that will determine the timing and magnitude of India’s third wave of Covid-19|Shahid Jameel|July 15, 2021|Quartz
Meghan and Harry recognize that—indeed, in their interview they went out of their way to disabuse any notion that the Queen was to blame for their treatment.Meghan and Harry’s Interview Won’t End the Monarchy. But a Reckoning Is Coming|Dan Stewart|March 9, 2021|Time
We must disabuse ourselves of this perhaps half-ironic but still telling aphorism.
As a former agent himself, Horrigan hopes to disabuse renters of the notion that brokers are mercenary con artists.
He said he wanted to disabuse anyone who thinks the administration has “a bunch of other rabbits in our hat” to ward off default.Obama at the Shutdown Press Conference: ‘Lord Knows I’m Tired of It’|Eleanor Clift|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
No amount of sweet-sounding oratory is going to disabuse him of his hard-driving partisan agenda.
You'd be surprised how often my fellow British Jews are required to disabuse U.S. friends of such delusions.What U.S. Jews Don’t Get About European Anti-Semitism|Jonathan Freedland|January 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Of this view we had to disabuse them, and in consequence found them all very tiresome.Mount Everest the Reconnaissance, 1921|Charles Kenneth Howard-Bury
“And disabuse your mind of those fancies, George,” he said, as they walked down to the gate.The Mynns' Mystery|George Manville Fenn
Do you think it is not possible, by the interposition of friends, to disabuse your unfortunate husband?Memoirs of Miss Sidney Biddulph|Frances Sheridan
I wished either to convince myself absolutely upon these points or to disabuse my mind of all prejudice.Fibble, D. D.|Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
Well, I shall not disabuse them of their beliefs concerning me.Marjorie Dean College Freshman|Pauline Lester