joint custody, sequestration, insularism, disjuncture, disseverance, access, gap, disseverment, allocation, dissolve, judicial separation, legal separation, break up, segmentation, co-respondent, insularity, departure, severance, ex, insulation, assemble, musical interval, time interval, parting, interstice, leave-taking, withdrawal, disunion, alimony, open, same, include, interval, divorcement, subdivision, contact, farewell, uncoupling, interspace, rationing
disjunction (part of speech: noun)
disengagement, split, fissure, dissection, partition, disarticulation, amputation, disunity, disassembly, bisection, divorce, cleavage, disassociation, break, part, rent, slice, cut, incision, disintegration, disconnection
divorce (part of speech: noun)
separation (part of speech: noun)
divergence (part of speech: noun)
discrimination (part of speech: noun)
alienation (part of speech: noun)
seclusion (part of speech: noun)
banishment, excommunication, exclusion, expatriation, elimination, reclusion, disbarment, extirpation, exile, loneliness, removal, deportation, standoffishness, ostracism, aloneness, isolation, captivity, xenophobia, misanthropy, confinement, apartheid, aloofness, rejection, seclusion, extradition, solitude, ejection, anonymity, eradication
dispersion (part of speech: noun)
extraneousness (part of speech: noun)
- The separation from your " Lohengrin" was difficult to me. - "Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt, Volume 1", Francis Hueffer (translator).
- The bond which had existed between these two grew stronger as the time of separation became nearer. - "Dorian", Nephi Anderson.
- The living of Hillside would be resigned in favour of Martyn in the spring, and meantime he would gain more experience at Beachharbour, and this would break the separation to the Fordyces. - "Chantry House", Charlotte M. Yonge.