Disburthen meaning

1914, Margaret Bird Steinmetz, Leaves of Life.

When we have new perception we shall gladly disburthen the memory of the hoarded treasures as old rubbish.

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1826, Mary Shelley, The Last Man.

I heard my sister's sobs, and thought, happy are women who can weep, and in a passionate caress disburthen the oppression of their feelings; shame and habitual restraint hold back a man.

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1897, Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre.

I waited now his return; eager to disburthen my mind, and to seek of him the solution of the enigma that perplexed me.

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