verb (used with object), dis·as·so·ci·at·ed, dis·as·so·ci·at·ing.
- disassortative mating,
- disaster area,
- disaster capitalism,
Origin of disassociate
Examples from the Web for disassociation
Her disassociation with the feminist label and its negative connotations just boils down to semantics.Susan Sarandon Says She’s Not a Feminist: Why She Dumped the Label|Lizzie Crocker|July 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Unlike Antæus, I seemed to gain strength and poise by disassociation with the earth.Edge of the Jungle|William Beebe
Its disassociation is, therefore, very little advanced as regards the nation as a whole.
Perhaps the psychologists of the book will find fault with my way of using the phrase, "disassociation of personality."Before Adam|Jack London
Sidis defines Hypnosis as the disassociation of the superior and inferior nerve centers.Modern Religious Cults and Movements|Gaius Glenn Atkins
The same inertia is opposed to the work of disassociation seen operating slowly on certain truths.