disfurnish (v.)
deprive, strip, dispossess
Per IV.vi.11[Boult to Bawd, of Marina] she'll disfurnish us of all our cavalleria
TG IV.i.14[Valentine to Outlaws] if you should here disfurnish me
Tim III.ii.45[Lucius to Servilius] What a wicked beast was I to disfurnish myself against such a good time [i.e. leave myself unprepared to meet such a time]
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