(Adjectives). Joined, conjoined, coupled, etc., bound up together, conjunct, corporate, compact.

    (Phrase). Rolled into one.

    Firm, fast, close, tight, taut, secure, set, fixed, impacted, jammed, locked, etc., intervolved, intertwined, inseparable, indissoluble, inseverable, untearable.

    (Adverbs). Conjointly, jointly, etc.

    With, along with, together with, in conjunction with.

    Fast, firmly, closely, etc.

  • Disjunction (Substantives), disconnection, disunity, disunion, disassociation, disengagement, abstractedness, isolation, insularity, oasis, separateness, severalness, severality.
  • Separation, parting, detachment, divorce, sejunction, seposition, segregation, insulation, diduction, discerption, elision, cèsura, division, subdivision, break, fracture, rupture, dismemberment, disintegration, dislocation, luxation, severance, disseverance, severing, fission, scission, rescission, abscission, laceration, dilaceration, wrenching, disruption, avulsion, divulsion, tearing asunder, section, cutting. resection, cleavage, fissure breach, rent, split, crack, slit, tear, rip, dispersion 73, incision, dissection, vivisection, anatomy.

    Anatomist, prosector.

    (Verbs). To be disjoined, separated, etc., to come off, fall off, fall to pieces.

    To disjoin, disconnect, disunite, part, dispart, detach, separate, space, space out, cut off, rescind, segregate, insulate, dissociate, isolate, disengage, set apart, liberate, loose, set free, unloose, unfasten, untie, unbind, disband, unfix, unlace, unclasp, undo, unbuckle, unchain, unfetter, untack, unharness, ungird, unpack, unbolt, unlatch, unlock, unlink, uncouple, unpin, unclinch, unscrew, unhook, unrivet, untwist, unshackle, unyoke, unknit, unsolder, ravel, unravel, disentangle, unpick, unglue, switch off, shut off.

    Sunder, divide, subdivide, sever, dissever, abscind, cut, scissor, incide, incise, snip, nib, cleave, rive, slit, split, split in twain, splinter, chip, crack, snap, rend, break or tear asunder, shiver, crunch, chop, cut up, rip up, hack, hew, slash, whittle, haggle, hackle, discind, tear, lacerate, mangle, mince, gash, hash, knap.

    Dissect, cut up, carve, castrate, detruncate, anatomise; take, pull, or pick to pieces; unseam, tear to tatters, tear piecemeal, divellicate, disintegrate; dismember, disbranch, dislocate, disjoint, mince, break up, crunch, gride, comminute 330, vivisect.

    (Adjectives). Disjoined, disconnected, etc., snippety, disjointed, multipartite, abstract, disjunctive, isolated, insular, separate, discrete, apart, asunder, loose, free, liberated, disengaged, unattached, unannexed, distinct, unassociated, adrift, straggling, dispersed, disbanded, segregated.

    Cut off, rescinded, etc., rift, reft.

    Capable of being cut, scissile; fissile; discerptible.

    (Adverbs). Separately, etc., one by one, severally, apiece, apart, adrift, asunder; in the abstract, abstractedly.

  • Connecting medium.
  • Vinculum (Substantives), link, connective, conjunction, copula, intermedium, hyphen, bridge, stepping- stone, isthmus, span.

    Bond, filament, fibre 205, hair, cordage, cord, thread, string, packthread, twine, twist, whipcord, tape, ferret, raffia, line, ribbon, riband, rope, cable, hawser, halyard, guy, guy-rope, wire, chain.

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