Definition of disenthrallment in English:

disenthrallment

(British disenthralment)

noun

literary

See disenthrall

  • ‘It is for her salvation and purification I do it, and for the redemption and disenthralment of my race.’
  • ‘We wish her disenthralment from the deep superstition and idolatry in which she is sunk.’
  • ‘See it in what light you will - the world is yet in its first stage of disenthralment if not development, hence - unprepared.’
  • ‘True liberation results from the disenthralment of the mind.’
  • ‘But her extraordinary and egregious silence shows she must have found for herself unimaginable disenthralment.’