Definition of "disentanglement" [dis•en•tan•gle•ment]
Removal of, or extrication from twists, tangles, complications or confusion.(noun)
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Use "disentanglement" in a sentence
"After two prior unsuccessful attempts to escape (1990 and 1993), her third attempt in 1998 led to final disentanglement from the group, but resulted in ex-communication from her friends and divorce from her husband of 20 years."
"The "disentanglement" itself, he said, could be quite revealing."
"It is sometimes called the process of "disentanglement," to use a rather awkward sounding word much favoured by Mr. Ian Macdonald, your past president and my former deputy minister."