- v.裁军( disarm的过去式和过去分词 ); 使息怒;
His unease disarmed her.
The swordsman disarmed his opponent and ran him through.
Her words disarmed him at once.
The smile on her face disarmed his anger.
The policeman disarmed the thief.
His smile disarmed us.
By frankly admitting he wasn't a brilliant player, he disarmed us all.
We were angry but he disarmed us by his smile.
By frankly admitting that he was not a scholar, he disarmed criticism.
We captured five hundred rebels and disarmed them.
I felt angry, but her smile disarmed me.
I suppose this resemblance disarmed Mr. Heathcilff: he walked to the hearth in evident agitation.
To be disarmed in ambush was a joke to me for the first few minutes.
The enemy troops, surprised in their sleep, were disarmed.
The speaker's frankness disarmed the angry mob.