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  • n. Plural form of uncoupling.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The one thing these famous uncouplings had in common was that they were carried out in a demonstrative, unequivocal fashion.

    Why I Defriend the Old-Fashioned Way

  • I like learning about the latest fashions, keeping up with the stars 'ever-changing pairings (and uncouplings) and dishing the dirt about who did and did not ...

    Karen Leland: 5 Ways To Give The Gift Of Appreciation

  • I like learning about the latest fashions, keeping up with the stars 'ever-changing pairings (and uncouplings) and dishing the dirt about who did and did not give a great speech.

    Karen Leland: 5 Ways To Give The Gift Of Appreciation

  • And their quest to achieve intimacy -- the movie's theme -- is shown in counterpoint with the romantic couplings and uncouplings of their friends and neighbors.

    Love Over Easy, Hold The Mayo

  • On an obvious level it is about AIDS, which bathes the couplings and uncouplings of the earlier era in a glow of golden innocence.

    Rake's Progress

  • The uncouplings are justified not by a judgment that the aspects are independent but by the assumption that the errors introduced by treating them independently are less than the errors introduced by trying and failing to treat them as interdependent.

    Rediscovering Institutions

  • By novel's end there have been parties, brunches, coffee dates, couplings and uncouplings.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • This tedious 2006 British feature by David and Jacqui Morris chronicles the couplings and uncouplings within a circle of gay men (an actor, a painter, a model, a producer of reality

    Chicago Reader

  • By novel’s end there have been parties, brunches, coffee dates, couplings and uncouplings.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

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