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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unjoin.
  • adj. Not joined
  • adj. separated, detached


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  • That > [So that] 3 And every door of freewill open flew. of > [of its own] 4 The giant himself, dismayed with that sound dismayed > dismayed (but also with a pun on "dis-made", here implying "unjoined", "unlinked") with > by

    The Faerie Queene — Volume 01

  • I've joined the beta three times now, because I keep getting "unjoined" somehow.


  • Cross told the inquiry in his written statement: "Not everyone believed that there would actually be a war; if there was to be one, then there was certainly no consensus that we (the UK) should be involved; there was no coherent UK … view of what postwar Iraq should look like; there was a serious reluctance to take on the US over their views … there was therefore some seriously wishful and woolly and 'unjoined' up thinking going on."

    The Guardian World News

  • I deleted many bookmarks, unjoined several groups, and the freedom on knowing I've got all the time I would normally spend on those frustrations to myself was a joyous moments.

    The chains that bind us

  • None of this is accidental, it is part of the global jihad yet the dots remain unjoined.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • I unjoined the sites but perhaps sooner than the qualification period for the lawsuit.

    Yahoo Class action Lawsuit settled. « The Paradigm Shift

  • Sobbing is a reflex that cannot be unjoined, a record of breathing, a record of having cried.

    justinker Diary Entry

  • Can it even for a second be supposed that a State which gives trial by Jury to the meanest, poorest, most helpless of its citizens, and concedes to the greatest criminals the right of appeal, could have debarred a body of reputable men from the ordinary rights of citizenship for so cynical a reason as that their numbers were small, their interests unjoined, their protests feeble?

    The Inn of Tranquillity: Studies and Essays

  • Perim was an unjoined Trill woman whose angular features were subtly complemented by two rows of distinctive, oddly shaped beige markings.

    A Time to Kill

  • Since most unjoined species could never even imagine what it must be like for two minds to share a single body and several lifetimes of experiences, they would accept such an explanation without question.



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