Dis*in"ter*ess (?), v. t. [F. d'esint'eresser to deprive of interest in; pref. d'es- (L. dis-) + int'eresser to interest, fr. L. interesse to import, concern. See Interest, and cf. Disinterest.]

To deprive or rid of interest in, or regard for; to disengage.

[Obs.]

 

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