Definition for DIS-EN-TAN'GLE

DIS-EN-TAN'GLE, v.t. [dis and entangle.]

  1. To unravel; to unfold; to untwist; to loose, separate or disconnect things which are interwoven, or united without order; as, to disentangle net-work; to disentangle a skain of yarn.
  2. To free; to extricate from perplexity; to disengage from complicated concerns; to set free from impediments or difficulties; as, to disentangle one's self from business, from political affairs, or from the cares and temptations of life.
  3. To disengage; to separate.

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