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Related to disentanglement: unwaveringly, enlivening, demoralising


v. dis·en·tan·gled, dis·en·tan·gling, dis·en·tan·gles
1. To extricate from entanglement or involvement; free. See Synonyms at extricate.
2. To clear up or resolve (a plot, for example); unravel.
To become free of entanglement.

dis′en·tan′gle·ment n.
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Noun1.disentanglement - the act of releasing from a snarled or tangled conditiondisentanglement - the act of releasing from a snarled or tangled condition
freeing, liberation, release - the act of liberating someone or something
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(disinˈtӕŋgl) verb
to free from being tangled; to unravel. The bird could not disentangle itself from the net.
ˌdisenˈtanglement noun
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Nevertheless, when we look round and see that hardly anyone is too ugly or disagreeable to find a wife or a husband if he or she wants one, whilst many old maids and bachelors are above the average in quality and culture, we cannot help suspecting that the disentanglement of sex from the associations with which it is so commonly confused, a disentanglement which persons of genius achieve by sheer intellectual analysis, is sometimes produced or aided by parental fascination.
But it was unnecessary to follow out such riddles when the presence of Ralph supplied her with more interesting problems, which somehow became involved with the little boat crossing the river, the majestic and careworn City, and the steamers homecoming with their treasury, or starting in search of it, so that infinite leisure would be necessary for the proper disentanglement of one from the other.
The accessibility of Riah proving very useful as to a few hints towards the disentanglement of Eugene's affairs, Lightwood applied himself with infinite zest to attacking and harassing Mr Fledgeby: who, discovering himself in danger of being blown into the air by certain explosive transactions in which he had been engaged, and having been sufficiently flayed under his beating, came to a parley and asked for quarter.
With increasing the angular frequency, all composites showed shear-thinning behavior, which was mainly ascribed to the disentanglement of molecular chain between PLA and GPOE at high shearing rate.
At the other end of the spectrum, complete disentanglement would deprive Britain of preferential trade access to scores of third countries and remove all protection for the City of London.
David Cameron a year ago was saying that he didn't want to be remembered as the Prime Minister to preside over the disentanglement of the United Kingdom if Scotland was independent.
Disentanglement theory and its relation with vanishing homology and homotopy.
At stresses below the yield point, stress-relief molecular reorganization proceeds through disentanglement, as there is no opportunity for yielding.
After disentanglement, WWFPakistan's observer onboard recorded its length which was estimated to be 8.
Second, she identifies and furthers the subsequent process of necessary disentanglement by calling on the resources of feminist and Asian theologies to construct a trinitarian "particularist model for [a] postcolonial theology of religions" (9).
4] concluded that the mechanism of slow crack growth involves the disentanglement of the tie molecules from the crystals.
As this strategy evolves, we are likely to see a disentanglement of traditional branch functions into specialized units such as standalone drive-ins and ATMs; extended-hours advisory service locations; shared or movable locations; technology-equipped roving sales specialists; and many other lower cost, higher productivity concepts.