Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disabuse.(verb)
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Use "disabuses" in a sentence
"Meanwhile, at Lawyers, Guns and Money Dave Noon disabuses another Palin Cheerleader, this one writing in the Wall Street Journal, of the notion that Palin is at work improving her political skills and brushing up on policy and economics."
"Some may actually intend some kind of personal judgment, but I believe them to be a rare exception, and nothing said here disabuses me of that belief."
"It's the only thing that disabuses people of the notion that you don't simply have magic powers that can stop oil spills."