disenthral

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disenthral

(ˌdɪsɪnˈθrɔːl) or

disenthrall

vb, -thrals, -thralling or -thralled, -thralls, -thralling or -thralled
(tr) to set free
ˌdisenˈthralment, ˌdisenˈthrallment n

disenthral


Past participle: disenthralled
Gerund: disenthralling

Imperative
disenthral
disenthral
Present
I disenthral
you disenthral
he/she/it disenthrals
we disenthral
you disenthral
they disenthral
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 disenthral
you will disenthral
he/she/it will disenthral
we will disenthral
you will disenthral
they will disenthral
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 disenthral
you would disenthral
he/she/it would disenthral
we would disenthral
you would disenthral
they would disenthral
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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References in classic literature ?
Legree gnashed on him with his teeth, but rage kept him silent; and Tom, like a man disenthralled, spoke, in a clear and cheerful voice,
Now we have a situation where we have a foul-mouthed president who, by all accounts, polls and Encounters of the Third Kind or any other kind, has appealed to the disenfranchised, disenthralled and sometimes deranged cadres of white working-class men and women across our nation.
According to Edmund Clarence Stedman, the poet is a medium who is adored by her readers because "the revelation" of her "burning heart" allows "grosser beings [to] have glimpses of the purity with which we invest our conceptions of disenthralled spirits in some ideal sphere.
During the previous decade, Mailer had eschewed any part in conventional politics in favor of a frenetic, controversial role in the New York demimonde, where he extolled marijuana, jazz, sexual freedom and celebrated the disenthralled lifestyles of African Americans in magazine essays and columns in the Village Voice, a weekly Greenwich Village newspaper that he co-founded and named.
Not till Universal suffrage becomes a law," he declared, "will our country stand forth in all her grandeur, United, Disenthralled, and Redeemed.
In the postmodern world, men and women are no longer "a little lower than the angels"--they are actually above them, having disenthralled themselves of a superstitious reverence for the god in whom they no longer believe.