disembarrass

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to free from or cast out something objectionable or undesirable

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Arnold's critical reputation has never really been fully disembarrassed of his Celticism excesses; however, these excesses can be better understood as an ethnic caricature of a social ideal.
How we "language" these all-consuming issues will encourage us to remap the topography of our disembarrassed realties and counter the devastating grip capitalism (and its "isms") holds when we are in the throes of authoring our world (Kosik, 1976; McLaren & Farahmandpur, 2005).
Maine had long ago disembarrassed itself of a rule denying married women the capacity to contract.
"disembarrassed" the treaty power from the limiting proviso in
It is to be remembered that Ruskin was for a long time now disembarrassed of his Christianity, and ready to see it as one phase of myth.
Her diagnosis is "the usual psychosomatic imbalance" that makes her "ordinary as / humble pie." Nonetheless, she concludes, "There was much wrong / and you are mistaken to deny / your body's faithful articulation" ("Disembarrassed" 74).