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Correct spelling:
To deprive of arms; to take away the weapons of; to deprive of the means of attack or defense; to render defenseless.


demilitarise, demilitarize, unarm.
demilitarise, demilitarize, disarm.
abrogate, anesthetize, benumb, botch, cramp, cripple, deaden, disable, dull, enfeeble, hamper, hamstring, handicap, hinder, hobble, impair, incapacitate, invalidate, lame, neutralize, paralyze, prostrate, sap, scotch, screw up, stun, stupefy, tamper, undermine, vitiate, weaken.
allure, attract, bewitch, captivate, charm, coax, convince, enchant, fascinate, seduce, urge, win over, set at ease.
render defenseless
conciliate, cripple, deactivate, debilitate, demilitarize, demobilize, disable, disband, disqualify, incapacitate, invalidate, neutralize, occupy, pacify, paralyze, prostrate, skin, strip, subdue, subjugate, unarm, weaken, deescalate.
Examples of usage:
  1. " It is not necessary to say why I landed," continued Ludlow; " but I was weak enough to allow that unknown mariner to quit my ship, in my company; and when I would return, he found means to disarm my men, and make me a prisoner." – The Water-Witch or, The Skimmer of the Seas by James Fenimore Cooper
  2. Antonelli is not apt to be much influenced by such representations, which he views as mere idle threats; he is spoilt by the courtly flatteries of the ever obsequious M. de Banneville, whom he has managed completely to disarm. – Letters From Rome on the Council by Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger
  3. It was thought important, therefore, to disarm, or, at least, to control this body which was impotent for protection, and seemed powerful only for mischief. – Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley
  4. The Headman, who is a friend of Domingo's will, if it appears advisable, disarm Ormsgill. – Long Odds by Harold Bindloss
  5. Believing that Big Tom was contemplating a raid on Mr. Chittenden, and that his sudden departure was only a blind to disarm suspicion, Mark had disguised himself and followed the gang. – The Courier of the Ozarks by Byron A. Dunn