Disapparel Dis`ap*par"el, v. t. [See {Apparel}, v. t.] [Pref. dis- + apparel: cf. OF. desapareiller.] To disrobe; to strip of apparel; to make naked. [1913 Webster]

Drink disapparels the soul. --Junius (1635). [1913 Webster]

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  • disapparel — /dis ə parˈəl/ transitive verb To disrobe ORIGIN: ↑dis (2) …   Useful english dictionary

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