Convenient one word term for the otherwise clumsy "take out of context". Obviously derived from context and extricate (latter meaning to elaborately and deviously withdraw from a precarious situation). This is new coinage - you heard it on Urban Dictionary first.
The attorney contextricated his client's ex-wife tennis lessons on summer afternoons to give them the appearance of a tawdry romance ostensibly culminating in a tryst.
by Slick Willy March 16, 2005