disenthrall


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dis·en·thrall

 (dĭs′ĕn-thrôl′)
tr.v. dis·en·thralled, dis·en·thrall·ing, dis·en·thralls
To free from a controlling force or influence.

disenthrall


Past participle: disenthralled
Gerund: disenthralling

Imperative
disenthrall
disenthrall
Present
I disenthrall
you disenthrall
he/she/it disenthralls
we disenthrall
you disenthrall
they disenthrall
Preterite
I disenthralled
you disenthralled
he/she/it disenthralled
we disenthralled
you disenthralled
they disenthralled
Present Continuous
I am disenthralling
you are disenthralling
he/she/it is disenthralling
we are disenthralling
you are disenthralling
they are disenthralling
Present Perfect
I have disenthralled
you have disenthralled
he/she/it has disenthralled
we have disenthralled
you have disenthralled
they have disenthralled
Past Continuous
I was disenthralling
you were disenthralling
he/she/it was disenthralling
we were disenthralling
you were disenthralling
they were disenthralling
Past Perfect
I had disenthralled
you had disenthralled
he/she/it had disenthralled
we had disenthralled
you had disenthralled
they had disenthralled
Future
I will disenthrall
you will disenthrall
he/she/it will disenthrall
we will disenthrall
you will disenthrall
they will disenthrall
Future Perfect
I will have disenthralled
you will have disenthralled
he/she/it will have disenthralled
we will have disenthralled
you will have disenthralled
they will have disenthralled
Future Continuous
I will be disenthralling
you will be disenthralling
he/she/it will be disenthralling
we will be disenthralling
you will be disenthralling
they will be disenthralling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disenthralling
you have been disenthralling
he/she/it has been disenthralling
we have been disenthralling
you have been disenthralling
they have been disenthralling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disenthralling
you will have been disenthralling
he/she/it will have been disenthralling
we will have been disenthralling
you will have been disenthralling
they will have been disenthralling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disenthralling
you had been disenthralling
he/she/it had been disenthralling
we had been disenthralling
you had been disenthralling
they had been disenthralling
Conditional
I would disenthrall
you would disenthrall
he/she/it would disenthrall
we would disenthrall
you would disenthrall
they would disenthrall
Past Conditional
I would have disenthralled
you would have disenthralled
he/she/it would have disenthralled
we would have disenthralled
you would have disenthralled
they would have disenthralled
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Her theme recalls President Lincoln in 1862: "We must disenthrall ourselves, and then we shall save our country.
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