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- n. dissociation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of disassociating, or the state of being disassociated; dissociation.
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- n. a state in which some integrated part of a person's life becomes separated from the rest of the personality and functions independently
- n. the state of being unconnected in memory or imagination
When you're talking about it, you use the word disassociation - the sexual revolution produces a rupture of the connection between love and sex.
Complete and unflinching disassociation from the American World Empire will be much as it was for the earliest Christians before the fall of Rome - and technologically worse.
COOPER: No, I don't think it's brainwashing, I think it's more associated with something called disassociation, where children are able to separate the memory of victimization through sexual abuse from their everyday life.
What would satisfactorily constitute "disassociation" from creationism beyond what has already been done (again and again)?
He couldn't argue that they were not true, only that he felt a kind of disassociation with them.
They moved out of the shadows, keeping apart, as if each was anxious to establish a kind of disassociation from the others: Trixie, the landlord, Camilla and, lagging behind, Mrs. Bünz.
He said Pakistan had in the past several years declared the "disassociation" between the
No need for these half-assed political "disassociation" games.
"disassociation," as though their entire being was only thought.
Experian, Equifax and Call Credit) to create a 'disassociation' from them.