disassociate

[ dis-uh-soh-shee-eyt, -see- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disassociate

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It is almost impossible for us to disassociate literature from writing.

Most everyone does not disassociate a film player from her shadow.

He had not been able to disassociate himself with everything that recalled the past.

She had been able to disassociate them only until he stood before her, quick.

Sweet as this voice was, it irritated him, for he could not disassociate his mother from it.

Yet he could not disassociate her from some hidden, not altogether pleasant, purpose.

Men cannot disassociate themselves either from the past or the future.

We cannot bear to burn the bodies of the dead because we cannot disassociate the body from the soul.

They cannot disassociate themselves from this work or pretend that it was done by a separate State.

He slammed the great iron door behind him as if he were glad, too, to disassociate himself from King and all foolishness.

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