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Example sentences for "disassociate"

Lexicographically close words:
disarray; disarrayed; disarticulated; disarticulation; disassembled; disassociated; disassociation; disaster; disasters; disastrous
  1. When, therefore, the Jewish press protests at the injustice of associating Jews with Bolshevism it may be legitimately answered: What has Jewry done collectively to disassociate itself from Bolshevism?

  2. Socialists are very anxious to disassociate these from the "Proletarian" Sunday-schools which teach atheism.

  3. However, as the scientist cannot permit pity to hinder his purpose, I was determined to disassociate the facts of spiritualism from the cult of spiritualism.

  4. Barring the failure to disassociate her voice from that of "Wilbur," she had met every demand upon her.

  5. First of all, you ask me to disassociate myself from all the habits and instincts of my daily life, and give you an opinion on a matter of law, based on other rules of evidence than those which alone I suffer myself to be guided by.

  6. I did indeed forget how completely you could disassociate yourself from the troubles of your family.

  7. I mean to disassociate myself from whatever might suggest a gloomy retrospect; and this her presence does continually.

  8. In fact, he wanted to disassociate his friend from any pain failure should occasion, and bear all alone the sorrows of defeat.

  9. If she didn't disassociate herself it meant marriage; and marriage in stark defiance of the whole of her world.

  10. Was it possible, would it ever be possible, in her father's presence to disassociate herself from his points of view?

  11. Did she want to disassociate herself from it?

  12. He would have done yet more for it had he been able to disassociate his vision from the conception of an imaginary father of the universe and from his traditional interest in the tribal god of his ancestors.

  13. He can't disassociate you from the evening clothes you wear!

  14. It has been my great battle for years to endeavor to persuade the public to realize that it must disassociate the two.

  15. Never do you disassociate the player from his part.

  16. I have left my stiffest bit of explanation and apology till the last, namely, that relating to the Crown Colony system, which is the thing that makes me beg you to disassociate from me every friend I have, and deal with me alone.

  17. Disassociate yourself from these men, and assist us, Mr Mullet.

  18. Can't you possibly disassociate yourself from those scoundrels?

  19. Most truths which travel the world (truths are great travellers) may be regarded as commonplaces, that is to say, associations of ideas common to a large number of men, none of whom would dare deliberately to disassociate them.

  20. These poor creatures, who lack even the excuse of religious beliefs, have not yet learned to disassociate the idea of carnal pleasure and that of generation.

  21. Gladwyne leaned farther back in his seat, as if to disassociate himself from the discussion, which was what the Canadian had expected from him; but Batley, who was of more resolute fiber, showed fight.

  22. It was hard to disassociate him from the ranges and the bush; but now, with the pile of letters before him, he had suddenly become a business man.

  23. In those days, men must have been able to disassociate business from their love-making.

  24. Everything has been going wrong and I can't disassociate him from the unfortunate tendency.

  25. You cannot disassociate the man from his tailor; his clothes must appeal to you, historically and soulfully, as an outward and visible sign to the graces and vices of his age and times.

  26. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "disassociate" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    dissociate; distance; divorce