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synonyms for uncouple

  • abstract
  • disassemble
  • disassociate
  • disconnect
  • disengage
  • disentangle
  • disjoin
  • dismount
  • dissociate
  • disunite
  • divide
  • divorce
  • free
  • isolate
  • loose
  • loosen
  • part
  • remove
  • segregate
  • separate
  • sever
  • sunder
  • unfasten
  • unhitch
  • withdraw
  • disaffiliate
  • take apart
  • tear off
  • unfix
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antonyms for uncouple

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  • associate
  • attach
  • combine
  • connect
  • couple
  • desegregate
  • fasten
  • fix
  • gather
  • hitch
  • hold
  • hook
  • join
  • link
  • marry
  • remain
  • stay
  • unite
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How to use uncouple in a sentence

It’s a question with an obvious answer, one that Saruhashi is bringing to light while working to uncouple prisons from profit.
HE’S TAKING ON THE FOR-PROFIT PRISON TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRYBARBARA FLETCHERJULY 26, 2021OZY
That means transmission and severe disease and death are partially uncoupled, biologically.
“WE NEVER CREATED A SUPERVIRUS.” RALPH BARIC EXPLAINS GAIN-OF-FUNCTION RESEARCH.ROWAN JACOBSENJULY 26, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
By taking an intersectional approach to data collection and uncoupling various groups within the community we can see data in a more meaningful and productive way.
ADDRESSING THE FLAWS IN OUR MENTAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEM COULD SAVE YOUNG LGBTQ LIVESAMIT PALEYJULY 23, 2021TIME
None of those acquisitions worked out, they noted, and the companies soon uncoupled.
FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY, AN HBO MAX MOVE IS CAUSING PEAK UPSETSTEVEN ZEITCHIKDECEMBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Our hospitals and medical specialty organizations can help reduce overtesting by uncoupling physician pay and test ordering.
MY CANCER MIGHT BE BACK—AND I WONDER IF UNNECESSARY RADIATION CAUSED IT IN THE FIRST PLACEJAKEMETHSEPTEMBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
There was no need for the firemen to uncouple a line of hose from the reel.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
She never relaxed her efforts to break the lovers' hold upon each other's arms, to unbind them, to uncouple them.
GERMINIE LACERTEUXEDMOND AND JULES DE GONCOURT
He sent his fireman back to the first car, with orders to uncouple the engine.
THE HONORABLE PETER STIRLING AND WHAT PEOPLE THOUGHT OF HIMPAUL LEICESTER FORD
But the law of New York State says that married couples shall not uncouple amicably and intelligently.
WE CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHINGRUPERT HUGHES
When they attempted to start that train, didn't they rush on and uncouple the cars?
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO INVESTIGATE THE RAILROAD RIOTS IN JULY, 1877VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO UNCOUPLE

  • detach
  • disconnect
  • disengage
  • dissociate
  • extract
  • isolate
  • part
  • remove
  • separate
  • steal
  • take out
  • uncouple
  • withdraw
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.