Did you mayhaps mean dissect?
- n. common misspelling of dissect.
“I also wish it seemed ok for us to disect books a bit more in the blog world without having to worry about spoiling the plot for others.”
“When you disect their talking points they are destroyed, one by one.”
“To succeed in the avant garde you have to break apart, disect, examine, challenge, and present anew.”
“(Of course this goal seems a tad generic, and could be easily replaced by something more villain-centric, like him/her wanting a mentor, or revenge, or the formula, or to disect her … etc.).”
“I disect every article and see how I can apply it to where I am.”
“My friends and I would disect and examine every TV show, movie, late night cable-find and direct to VHS offering, ad nauseum.”
“I didnt go crazy, i just have read alot of negative responses to the fact that she smokes and it just bugged me how people can disect every inch of someones life and feel they can judge them on the smallist of things.”
“Let's watch tonight as CNN tries to disect this endorsement from every angle — it will be funny.”
“Let's watch tonight as CNN tries to disect this endorsement from every angle - it will be funny.”
“He is probably scared that they will disect his life and find out a lot of dirt about him so let him be .....”
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