disjunction (part of speech: noun)
cut, split, alienation, break, segregation, disintegration, disunity, disarticulation, part, disassociation, partition, cleavage, dissection, detachment, amputation, division, dissociation, fissure, incision, rent, divorce, disassembly, separation, bisection, disconnection, slice
rest (part of speech: verb)
liberation (part of speech: noun)
- Speaking of the sixteenth century, he says: " What it wanted was taste, if by taste we understand choice clean and perfect, the disengagement of the elements of the beautiful." - "Essays Æsthetical", George Calvert.
- The plan for the disengagement of the right foot, painfully rigid and cold, was perfect in theory. - "Tropic Days", E. J. Banfield.
- Little was thought of but the disengagement of the Company from their debts in England, and to prevent the servants abroad from drawing upon them, so as that body might be enabled, without exciting clamors here, to afford the contribution that was demanded. - "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VIII. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.