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  • verb Present participle of uncombine.


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  • It would be an object for a subject, not (as it is and must be) an object that is its own subject, and 'vice versa'; a conception which, if the uncombining and infusile genius of our language allowed it, might be expressed by the term subject-object.

    Literary Remains, Volume 2


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