Origin of dissolution
Examples from the Web for self-dissolution
That was the real power which could give a new basis to the State when it was falling into self-dissolution.
His toil and care to get away from himself is nothing but the misunderstood impulse to self-dissolution.The Ego and His Own|Max Stirner
British Dictionary definitions for self-dissolution
Word Origin and History for self-dissolution
late 14c., "separation into parts," also "frivolity, moral laxness, dissolute living," from Old French dissolution (12c.) and directly from Latin dissolutionem (nominative dissolutio) "a dissolving, destroying, interruption, dissolution," noun of action from past participle stem of dissolvere (see dissolve).