Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Separated by legal decree from the bonds of matrimony; repudiated by a formal act of divorce.
- adj. cut off, or separated
- adj. of a marriage legally dissolved
- adj. having had one's marriage legally dissolved
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of divorce.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having a marriage legally terminated and having not remarried.
- adj. of someone whose marriage has been legally dissolved
“For a time, Pearly said, Frank was out in Greenville, a suburb of Grand Rapids, helping what she described as a divorced woman with a bunch of children on a farm.”
“Why would our constitution even worry about government establishment of religion if the founders saw "religion" as a term divorced from any spiritual truth?”
“Let it be a completely legal state divorced from the concept of sex for any reason.”
“Let ‘marriage’ return to a religious ceremony that individual churches can perform and let the tax and legal benefits of those marriages become divorced from the religious aspect.”
“Then at least our space-junk wouldn't be completely divorced from the important cultural life of our world.”
“If mans suggestion is divorced from a divine Spirit it becomes as invalid as a alternative tools of man.”
“It's easy for me to go to Washington and, frankly, be somewhat divorced from the day-to-day challenges people have.”
“But that didn't happen on screen, so we are a little divorced from the negative connotations.”
“And the fact that Keynes believed that the economically stimulative effect of giving someone a job could be divorced from the issue of what was being produced is crazy.”
“Only a moron discusses investment and the economy divorced from the political environment.”
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