separateness

[ verb sep-uh-reyt; adjective, noun sep-er-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF separateness
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEPARATENESS

For real love is an intense realisation of the "separateness" of all our souls.

This is His separateness, in which we are to be made like Him.

His mind naturally dwelt upon the principle of separateness.

It emphasises the negative side of the individual—his separateness.

This sense of separateness is vanity, and is the bed of all wrong-doing.

The difficulty is how to get unity and separateness at one and the same time.

Separateness, naturally, cannot coincide with the sense of mutual property.

With the separateness that let them complement each other to form the whole.

But in some districts there were clearly defined lines of separateness.

He will have to justify his spiritual isolation or separateness.

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