disarm

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  • At that point another man appeared from inside the fort and disarmed him.
  • The first person he saw was a very pretty young girl, whose beauty disarmed him. Cited from Quaint and Curious Advertisements, by Henry M. Brooks
  • We shall see that our enemies are disarmed and sent out the same way they came.
  • I was soon disarmed, for my club broke upon the animal's head. Cited from Stories about Animals: with Pictures to Match, by Francis C. Woodworth
  • Did they think him so simple that he would disarm himself at the mere asking? Cited from Star Born, by Andre Norton
  • When he tried to disarm her, she shot him five times.
  • I had let her enemy go free, because he had happened to be near me, disarmed. Cited from Romance, by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
  • There was no attempt made to kill them, but only to disarm them.
  • But the two boys were no match for the men, and they were quickly disarmed. Cited from The Rover Boys at Colby Hall, by Arthur M. Winfield
  • The winner is the player who has the most points when the whole world is disarmed.
  • They disarm the man and take him to another house in London.
  • Then we will disarm criticism by taking it at half its word. Cited from The Secrets Of The Great City, by E. Martin
  • They surrounded and disarmed the police on guard, then a group entered the building.
  • If only she could in some manner disarm this man! Cited from The Grey Cloak, by Harold MacGrath
  • They want to know whether it would be wise or not to disarm under such conditions. Cited from The Peace Negotiations, by Robert Lansing
  • Some of this group too went with the soldiers towards the scene but they were disarmed by the soldiers.
  • She did not use the most likely means of disarming him when she spoke of making a tour in the summer. Cited from Dynevor Terrace (Vol. I),by Charlotte M Yonge
  • If one had any curiosity in the matter, such an independent spirit would entirely disarm one. Cited from Amusements in Mathematics, by Henry Ernest Dudeney
  • I allowed him to disarm and make me in some sense his prisoner without a show of resistance. Cited from Across the Zodiac, by Percy Greg
  • The next moment he found himself thrown on the ground and disarmed, without a single blow. Cited from French Pathfinders in North America, by William Henry Johnson
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Meaning of disarm

  • verb Remove offensive capability from
  • verb Make less hostile; win over
    Her charm disarmed the prosecution lawyer completely
  • verb Take away the weapons from; render harmless