Definition of 'disentangle'
Example sentences containing 'disentangle'
FALLEN WOMEN (2002)
Her almost timorous cries became involuntary shrieks; she clawed at the bushes to disentangle herself and whirled around, facing the car.SLEEP WHILE I SING (2002)
My father was buried yesterday and I now have his affairs to disentangle and I came across your card in my purse.THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR (2002)
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