use disabuse in a sentence.
I want to stick to the common meaning of 'disabuse.
One easy way to disabuse yourself of this notion is to take a job working remote for a Canadian company.
I think his/her reaction will disabuse you of that notion.
A look at the history of insurance in general and medical insurance recently in Massachusetts will disabuse you of the notion that the government can not force insurance companies out of business.
We must be able to expect that critical flaws in our toolchains will be fixed promptlyAt some point, Borland disabused me of the notion that serious toolchain providers fixed their critical flaws promptly...
One can only hope that as the reductionist principles upon which our consciousness operates are made apparent by projects like these, that the masses will finally begin to be disabused of the ever-persistent and pernicious god delusion which has impeded human progress and welfare since the dawn of recorded history.
That was a popular theory until 2008, when the industry was harshly disabused.
It's easy for laypeople to misinterpret things they don't fully understand, but I think they can be disabused of misunderstanding by careful explanation.
Heh, ahh, maybe this will disabuse you of that notion:> "I'd say my IQ has jumped at least 10 points for having learned about and joined the bitcoin community.