From dis- + inure.
disinure (third-person singular simple present disinures, present participle disinuring, simple past and past participle disinured)
- (obsolete) To make unfamiliar with something; to disaccustom.
- 1644, John Milton, Aeropagitica:
- Thus much we are hinder'd and dis-inur'd by this cours of licencing toward the true knowledge of what we seem to know.