disenthrall

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
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,
interests in the region, to disenthrall itself from the interests and attitudes of its partners in the region that do not also mesh with U.S.
Her theme recalls President Lincoln in 1862: "We must disenthrall ourselves, and then we shall save our country." She finds the country in peril because we are operating on the wrong assumptions about human nature, international relations, state and substate conflict, leaders and the led, and how to organize government for the defense of national sovereignty.
We must disenthrall ourselves and then we shall save our country." (3)
As the Democrats and their presumptive nominee gather in Philadelphia this summer, however, the sense and sensibility of Roosevelt's words should stand as a model of how a party and its standard-bearer can grapple with the nation's deepest dilemmas, can disenthrall themselves from outmoded analyses and policies, and can reset their compass for the challenges that a new generation of Americans confronts every day.
But if we disenthrall ourselves from the dead hand of the electoral past, a whole new set of possibilities opens up.
We must disenthrall ourselves from the past, and then we shall save our country." New military approaches are emerging specifically intended to counter our historical methods of projecting power.
The few suggestions offered here are just a part of the process by which we can, and must, disenthrall ourselves and begin to rise with the occasion, to transform higher education to prepare ourselves and our students for the Conceptual Age.
"Government never corrects market failures perfectly," the sort of market failures that leave great thinkers with too little income and geniuses at exploiting market power with too much, "but it does a better job in some countries than in others." America should disenthrall itself from its worship of the market, and strive to be the country where government does the best job of aligning individuals' financial rewards with their contribution to social benefits.
After America's civil war Abraham Lincoln picked up the sentiment, urging people to think anew and act anew, to disenthrall themselves to save their country.
meeting, arguing that "[w]e must disenthrall ourselves of the idea
We must disenthrall ourselves and then we shall save our country." (11) His words are as relevant today as they were in 1862.