disfurnish

disfurnish

(dɪsˈfɜːnɪʃ)
vb (tr)
to deprive of furnishings
References in classic literature ?
It is a well-known story of King John, that he confined a wealthy Jew in one of the royal castles, and daily caused one of his teeth to be torn out, until, when the jaw of the unhappy Israelite was half disfurnished, he consented to pay a large sum, which it was the tyrant's object to extort from him.
it will be better to stay a year for the finishing than to take what one does not like ...' (6) As a result, when she was about to move out of her 'disfurnished house', the new one was unready.