freeing (part of speech: verb)
- Vijal, disencumbering himself from his horse, arose also. - "Cord and Creese", James de Mille.
- Disencumbering our horses of every pound of superfluous weight, we started for the sport, rendered doubly exciting by the memory of our recent suffering from starvation. - "Monsieur Violet", Frederick Marryat.
- Instead of its being part of the plan of nature to store up enduring records of a large number of the individual plants and animals which have lived on the surface, it seems to be her chief care to provide the means of disencumbering the habitable areas lying above and below the waters of those myriads of solid skeletons of animals, and those massive trunks of trees, which would otherwise soon choke up every river, and fill every valley. - "The Antiquity of Man", Charles Lyell.