DISENCHANT, v.t. To free the soul from the chains of illusion in order that the lash of truth may draw blood at a greater number of points.
Now Mary Walker disenchants
All eyes that on her figure dwell,
Apparelled in a pair of “pants”
That fit not wisely but too well.
But Mrs. St——w, bewitching thing!
Charms most where most her trowsers cling.