disavail
Pronunciation
  • (British) IPA: [dɪsəˈveɪɫ]
Verb

disavail (disavails, present participle disavailing; past and past participle disavailed)

  1. To disadvantage or harm.
  2. To loose or stop using something.
    I disavailed myself of his services.
    She disavailed him of that opinion.
Antonyms


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