verb (used with object), dis·en·thralled, dis·en·thralling.

Related formsdis·en·thral·ment, noun



verb (used with object)

to free from bondage; liberate: to be disenthralled from morbid fantasies.

Origin of disenthrall

First recorded in 1635–45; dis-1 + enthrall
Related formsdis·en·thrall·ment, noun
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US disenthrall

verb -thrals, -thralling or -thralled or US -thralls, -thralling or -thralled

(tr) to set free
Derived Formsdisenthralment or US disenthrallment, noun
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