To rid (a person or an animal) of lice by physical or chemical means.(verb-transitive)
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Use "delouse" in a sentence
"Former Knicks vice president Anucha Browne Sanders walked out of a New York City courtroom in 2007 with $11.6 million in damages, winning a sexual harassment trial that made you want to delouse."
"“Cleaning up vomit on the floor and assisting guests to delouse in the showers further humbled me.”"
"Hey, just one question Brian; how long did it take to delouse?"