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divest
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separate something from a person or firm — such as to sell, or take, or remove
  • She perceived that she could do office work without losing any of the putative feminine virtue of domesticity; that cooking and cleaning, when divested of the fussing of an Aunt Bessie, take but a tenth of the time which, in a Gopher Prairie, it is but decent to devote to them.
    Chapter 37 (10% in)

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