Definition of disarrest in English:

disarrest

verb

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  • with object To free (a person) from arrest; to release (a thing) that has been seized or commandeered.

Origin

Late Middle English. Originally from Anglo-Norman disarester, disarestir, variant of Anglo-Norman and Middle French desarrester to release (people or goods) from arrest or seizure, to remove (goods) from custody from des- + arrester.

Pronunciation

disarrest

/ˌdɪsəˈrɛst/