Also British, dis·con·nex·ion.
Origin of disconnection
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018
Related Wordsdivision, detachment, parting, gulf, disunion, interruption, intrusion, discontinuity, interference, disruption, cessation
Examples from the Web for disconnection
In other words, in females there is a disconnection between physical and psychological sexual arousal.Why There Will Never Be a Female Viagra
Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S
July 26, 2014
A transfer of control is essential after a disconnection from the autopilot.Who’s to Blame for Flight 447?
July 29, 2011
And he argues that his comments on CNN about disconnection have been mischaracterized.Scientology's New Face
October 27, 2009
Antonyms: disconnection, detachment, isolation, incoherence.Putnam's Word Book
Louis A. Flemming
Radical empiricism, on the contrary, is fair to both the unity and the disconnection.Essays in Radical Empiricism
At the moment of disconnection what appears to be a small cloud of steam issues from the joint.The Romance of Modern Invention
The object of pins and washers is to secure an exact degree of fit and permit of rapid connection or disconnection.
This disconnection between the last two groups compels the reader to make the new grouping.Why We Punctuate
William Livingston Klein
Word Origin and History for disconnection
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