disembarrass


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to free from or cast out something objectionable or undesirable

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For some reason, the very subject matter conjured up images of hot-air balloons in my mind, of which I was not able entirely to disembarrass myself.
As Dani Rodrik points out, the rest of the paragraph is not quoted as often: "Yet, at the same time, those who seek to disembarrass a country from its entanglements should be slow and wary.
94) The Japanese authorities, however, wanted to have complete control of both the food supply and the food distribution, and at the same time to disembarrass themselves of the Parindra, their most fervent supporter.
It was in this historical setting that The Liberal Imagination marked a turning point in American liberal thought--the point at which a chastened liberalism sought to disembarrass itself of the Soviet incubus.