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severed

[ sev-erd ]
/ ˈsɛv ərd /
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adjective

separated from the whole or divided into parts, as by cutting or the like:The severed cables belonged to two internet companies.
(of ties or a relationship) broken off or dissolved: One of the greatest tragedies we see in our work is the severed relationships between those in need and their family and friends.
Law. (of an estate, titles of a statute, etc.) divided into parts: A practice known as severed property, or split estates, allows developers to keep or obtain mineral rights underneath privately owned land.

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Origin of severed

OTHER WORDS FROM severed

half-sev·ered, adjectiveun·sev·ered, adjective
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