Origin of disconnected
verb (used with object), dis·con·nect·ed, dis·con·nect·ing.
verb (used without object), dis·con·nect·ed, dis·con·nect·ing.
Origin of disconnect
Examples from the Web for disconnected
NWCAA inspectors did not visit the rail facility until five months after Tesoro had disconnected the problematic pipe.
On January 24, 2014, Mrs. Munoz was disconnected from artificial support and her remains were released to her family.
MK Moti Yogev (Habayit Hayehudi) continued the thought, saying, "Two nations for two peoples is disconnected from reality."
Especially against the nominee of a dysfunctional, disconnected GOP.Plouffe: Hillary Clinton ‘Probably the Strongest Candidate’ for 2016|Lloyd Grove|March 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The rap on Wall Street and the big banks is that they are disconnected from the Main Street economy.
Towards the end of his work the chronicler is exceptionally abrupt and disconnected.Expositor's Bible: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther|Walter Adeney
In thinking over Louis's story, it seemed improbable and disconnected.File No. 113|Emile Gaboriau
It was a holy faith with him, disconnected from all material laws.The Christ Of Paul|George Reber
Disconnected episodes, then, may possibly make a vaudeville sketch or the libretto of a lower order of musical comedy.Dramatic Technique|George Pierce Baker
As a matter of fact he spoke about forty disconnected words.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence