So please--please, dear Tessy, disabuse
your mind of the feeling that you will stand in my way.
The old ape thought that they were searching for a tribe of his own kind, nor did the boy disabuse
his mind of this belief.
I wish but to disabuse
the Baron of what is, to me, a shameful supposition--namely, that I am under the guardianship of a person who is qualified to exercise control over my free will.
There is little about it to disabuse
one's mind of the error if he should take it into his head that he was in the heart of Arabia.
If I could believe it the fact that you are in disguise would immediately disabuse
my mind of any such idea.
She would have trailed her rose-spattered flounce over the marble floors just as unconcernedly, and she would have proceeded just as calmly to disabuse
the mind of the princess of any idea that the possession of a mere man, be he prince or peasant, was anything to brag of.
The first step of worthiness will be to disabuse
us of our superstitious associations with places and times, with number and size.
I can see the solicitor glancing from him to me in an apprehension of which I did my best to disabuse
him by reassuring looks.
Guerrero said she inhibited herself 'in order not to cast doubt on the integrity and impartiality of the presiding judge and to disabuse
the mind of the accused and her counsel who have expressed serious doubts on her objectivity in resolving this case due to the adverse orders issued against her.
We should disabuse
ourselves of the notion that proximity or "getting to know" others of a different race or religion is the silver bullet.
I HATE to disabuse
Paul Rodrigues (Letters, August 30) of the notion that his letter to the Echo a secured the resurfacing of Newfoundland Road in Gabalfa, but I fear he may be labouring under a misapprehension.
We need to correct the narrative and disabuse
the notion propagated by some that floods were caused by India's adverse action in letting waters from its rivers to flood Pakistan.