dissociation

[ dih-soh-see-ey-shuh n, -shee-ey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissociation

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We have suffered from the divorce and the dissociation of theory and practice.

The ions formed by the dissociation of any molecule are of two kinds.

The uniformity of nature's laws is the great opponent of dissociation.

But there is an opposite power that frees us—it is dissociation.

It is in some break of harmony with the Good, some dissociation from the True.

It is chiefly in capital letters we find the dissociation curious.

The dissociation of his being was still noticeable here and there, he supposed.

The smaller the degree of dissociation, therefore, the sharper will be the bend.

Psychologists will explain his experience by the word “dissociation.”

Within ten minutes their dissociation was final and absolute.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from French dissociation, from Latin dissociationem (nominative dissociatio), noun of action from past participle stem of dissociare (see dissociate).

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