Meaning of disembarrassment in English:

disembarrassment

See synonyms for disembarrassment on Thesaurus.com

noun

See disembarrass

‘Their location was one of the main reasons these early settlements became established communities and disembarrassment points for the horde of immigrants arriving from Europe.’
  • ‘It should be a tale neither of grief nor grievance but of disembarrassment.’
  • ‘The reason for this radical disembarrassment of all outer attributes is that a cloud remains that blocks the way to the kingdom, that interposes itself defiantly between the seeker and the precious pearl, until the final act of renunciation.’
  • ‘Travel Insurance companies will handle each claim carefully, and they will search for false information, deceptive information, risks, et cetera prior to deciding if you qualify for a disembarrassment.’