Definition of disjoin:
- dislocate (part of speech: verb)
- loosen (part of speech: verb)
separate (part of speech: verb)
- dissociate (part of speech: verb)
Scoundrel and saint are alike welcome to the priest's services and blessings if the marriage fees be paid; and with the full concurrence and blessing of any sectary in the world, a man may disjoin himself from a woman or women he has lived with for years in order to take another, if there was no marriage uniting him to these he deserted.- "The Life of Thomas Wanless, Peasant", Alexander Johnstone Wilson.
- "Georgian Poetry 1920-22", Various.
7. The objection drawn from the alleged inefficiency of this method, lies solely against the practice of those teachers who disjoin the principles and the exercises of the art; and who, either through ignorance or negligence, impose only such tasks as leave the pupil to suppose, that the committing to memory of definitions and rules, constitutes the whole business of grammar.- "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.