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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disjoin.
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- adj. unconnected, detached.
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- adj. have the connection undone; having become separate
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Bulak is the port suburb on the Nile, till 1858 wholly disjoined from the City; and Fostat is the outlier popularly called Old
"And here, let me add, (apart from any consideration already adverted to,) that, as a matter of mere policy, I would not, if I could, have my name disjoined from abolitionism.
What we all need is to continue Romola Nijinsky's instinctive inclination towards connecting the similar yet disjoined, and then utilize these developments towards real contributions for the evolution of a culture's body of knowledge in the broadest scope possible.
“Imagination cannot conceive how disjoined I was,” he noted, “how internally, externally and universally I was unsettled, mixed up and ruptured.”
Two more joined them shortlyto my relief, neither was the one whose arm Bayard had disjoined in the recent struggle, for I was sure that whatever was to be done to us was soon to be put to a vote.
It consists primarily of irregular plains and bluffs near the Mississippi River, along with some disjoined low hills found within the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (73).
Sensing a feeling of neither pleasure nor pain, one senses it disjoined from it.
Because if the skilled butcher or butcher's apprentice, having killed a cow, were to... cut, sever, & detach only the skin muscles, connective tissues, & attachments in between; and... having covered the cow again with that very skin, then no matter how much he might say that the cow was joined to the skin just as it had been, the cow would still be disjoined from the skin.
Sensing a feeling of pleasure, one senses it disjoined from it.
Since when have thought and deed so much become disjoined?