Synonyms for dissociate
- break off
- set apart
Antonyms for dissociate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSOCIATE
That is, theoretically we may ascribe them to God, but practically we dissociate Him from them.
You have just seen me untie the knot, dissociate the electrons, or what you will.
In a word, animals can invent according to the extent that they can dissociate.
From that lack of confidence he would like at once to dissociate himself.
It is true, he has renounced that folly; but it is not so easy to dissociate him from the recollection.
He does not yet know enough about the matter to dissociate the player from the part.
And I remember I tried consciously to dissociate them from my own grief.
Unfortunately we cannot dissociate the Editor of the Bengalee from the paper.
But if they do they will split apart later on; that is, they will “dissociate” as we should say.
It is hard to dissociate oneself from the fine things to which one aspires.
1610s (implied in dissociated), from Latin dissociatus, past participle of dissociare "to separate from companionship, disunite, set at variance," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + sociare "to join," from socius "companion" (see social (adj.)). Attested from 1540s as a past participle adjective meaning "separated."