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verb as in break association with

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Example Sentences

So, you can choose to disassociate them completely from your brand or be open to working with businesses that operate with them.

What Zoom did have to do, however, was find new ways to balance the new onslaught of consumers, disassociate Zoom with the Zoom fatigue phenomenon and how hybrid work will further take shape in the future.

From Digiday

The university largely disassociated itself from those Fab Five teams because of NCAA violations that occurred while they played there, but the return of Howard makes that impossible to ignore.

As Martian water molecules rise into and then escape from the atmosphere, they disassociate into free hydrogen and oxygen atoms.

From Time

Marnell makes no effort to disassociate her drug use from her body-image obsession.

The RNC moved quickly to disassociate itself from the document.

Socialists are very anxious to disassociate these from the "Proletarian" Sunday-schools which teach atheism.

My colleague, Mr. Fleming, made the remark that he could not disassociate longitude from time.

The bearing of this list upon any question whatsoever of general philosophy is evident for all who know how to disassociate ideas.

The Hulgun nobles were grouped together, trying to disassociate themselves from both the king and the priests of Muz-Azin.

It has been my great battle for years to endeavor to persuade the public to realize that it must disassociate the two.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disassociate, such as: disconnect, divorce, part, separate, uncouple, and disaffiliate.

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