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disembarrass to rid or free (someone) from something embarrassing, frustrating, burdensome, or the like; relieve.
disembody to take away or free (the soul or spirit) from the body.
disembowel to remove the bowels or guts from.
disenchant to make free of enchantment or illusion.
disencumber to remove encumbrances or burdens from.
disenfranchise to deprive (someone) of a right of citizenship, esp. the right to vote; disfranchise. [2 definitions]
disengage to release from engagement, connection, or responsibility. [4 definitions]
disengagement the act of disengaging or state of being disengaged. [2 definitions]
disentangle to free or become free from entanglement or involvement; extricate.
disequilibrium a lack or loss of stability, balance, or equilibrium, esp. in the economy.
disestablish to end or change the established status of. [2 definitions]
disesteem to disfavor, disrespect, or have low regard for. [2 definitions]
disfavor unfavorable regard or opinion; displeasure or disapproval. [4 definitions]
disfigure to mar the appearance or shape of.
disfigurement the act of disfiguring. [2 definitions]
disfranchise to deprive (someone) of a right of citizenship, esp. the right to vote; disenfranchise. [2 definitions]
disgorge to bring up from, or as though from, the mouth or throat; vomit; expel. [3 definitions]
disgrace the state of being in disrespect, dishonor, or disfavor; shame. [3 definitions]
disgraceful bringing about disgrace, or having a shameful nature.
disgruntle to make irritably dissatisfied or discontent.
disgruntled angrily or grumpily unhappy; highly displeased or dissatisfied.