You'd be surprised how often my fellow British Jews are required to disabuse U.S. friends of such delusions.
No amount of sweet-sounding oratory is going to disabuse him of his hard-driving partisan agenda.
He said he wanted to disabuse anyone who thinks the administration has “a bunch of other rabbits in our hat” to ward off default.
As a former agent himself, Horrigan hopes to disabuse renters of the notion that brokers are mercenary con artists.
We must disabuse ourselves of this perhaps half-ironic but still telling aphorism.
I perceived that he took me for a Venetian patrician of that name, but I vainly strove to disabuse him.
But Joseph will write to her in the meanwhile and disabuse her of this.
You must first disabuse your mind of the American girl as you find her in books.
It was utterly vain to attempt to disabuse her; it would only have compromised all of us.
The colonel's attentions could have but one meaning, and it was important to disabuse his mind concerning Ben.