Definition of disentail in English:

disentail

verb

Law
  • See disentailment

    • ‘The original core of the collections stems from the convents disentailed in Valladolid and its surrounding area.’
    • ‘To raise this, the property had to be disentailed upon payment of another £10,000.’
    • ‘Such productivity, notwithstanding, cannot be disentailed from the social character of the significance practices.’
    • ‘It passed from them by marriage to the family who disentailed the estate in 1830.’
    • ‘The monastery was abandoned inn 1835 when church lands were disentailed.’

Pronunciation

disentail

/ˌdɪs(ə)nˈteɪl//ˌdis(ə)nˈtāl/