Definition of disembarrassment in US English:

disembarrassment

noun

  • See disembarrass

    • ‘It should be a tale neither of grief nor grievance but of disembarrassment.’
    • ‘The reason for this radical disembarrassment of all outer attributes is that a cloud remains that blocks the way to the kingdom, that interposes itself defiantly between the seeker and the precious pearl, until the final act of renunciation.’
    • ‘Their location was one of the main reasons these early settlements became established communities and disembarrassment points for the horde of immigrants arriving from Europe.’
    • ‘Travel Insurance companies will handle each claim carefully, and they will search for false information, deceptive information, risks, et cetera prior to deciding if you qualify for a disembarrassment.’