verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- (of two sets) having no common elements.
- (of a system of sets) having the property that every pair of sets is disjoint.
Origin of disjoint
Examples from the Web for disjoint
Disjoint, cut breast into four pieces, cut second joints and legs apart.The New Dr. Price Cookbook|Anonymous
Disjoint them and then you have some miserable sect—Calvinism, or Unitarianism; the unity has dispersed.Sermons Preached at Brighton|Frederick W. Robertson
Disjoint each there, and cut through the muscles until each leg is severed from the body.Taxidermy and Zoological Collecting|William T. Hornaday
Military operations always tend to disjoint and break up, within their scope, all the relations of society.
On one occasion he procured an eagle, which he boiled for two days and then managed to disjoint.Blazing The Way|Emily Inez Denny