Definition of disconnection:
- disjunction (part of speech: noun)
- extraneousness (part of speech: noun)
- separation (part of speech: noun)
- dispersion (part of speech: noun)
The old baby, luxuriously seated in his own little arm- chair, rose, and holding it firmly against his small person to prevent any disconnection with it, solemnly crossed the hearth- rug, and placed the chair with himself in it by Hester.- "Red Pottage", Mary Cholmondeley.
In a speech which was typical of current criticism of the Court he bitterly assailed the judges for the protection they had given the Bank- that " political juggernaut," that " creature of the perverted corporate powers of the Federal Government"- and he described the Court itself as " placed above the control of the will of the people, in a state of disconnection with them, inaccessible to the charities and sympathies of human life."- "John Marshall and the Constitution A Chronicle of the Supreme Court, Volume 16 In The Chronicles Of America Series", Edward S. Corwin.
- "The History of the European Fauna", R. F. Scharff.