disentrance

[ dis-en-trans, -trahns ]
/ ˌdɪs ɛnˈtræns, -ˈtrɑns /

verb (used with object), dis·en·tranced, dis·en·tranc·ing.

to bring out of an entranced condition; disenchant.

Nearby words

  1. disenthral,
  2. disenthrall,
  3. disenthrone,
  4. disentitle,
  5. disentomb,
  6. disentwine,
  7. disepalous,
  8. disequilibrate,
  9. disequilibrium,
  10. disestablish

Origin of disentrance

First recorded in 1655–65; dis-1 + entrance2

Related formsdis·en·trance·ment, noun

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