Definition of Disconnectedness

1. Noun. State of being disconnected.

Exact synonyms: Disconnection, Disjunction, Disjuncture
Generic synonyms: Separation
Specialized synonyms: Separability, Incoherence, Incoherency
Antonyms: Connectedness
Derivative terms: Disconnected, Disconnected, Disconnected, Disjoin, Disjoin, Disjoin

Definition of Disconnectedness

1. Noun. The characteristic of being disconnected. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disconnectedness

disconfirmed
disconfirmed expectancy
disconfirming
disconfirms
disconformable
disconformities
disconformity
discongruities
discongruity
disconjugate
disconjugate movement of eyes
disconnect
disconnectable
disconnected
disconnectedly
disconnectedness (current term)
disconnecting
disconnection
disconnection syndrome
disconnections
disconnective
disconnectivity
disconnector
disconnectors
disconnects
disconnexion
disconnexions
disconsecrate
disconsecrated
disconsecrates

Literary usage of Disconnectedness

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1. The Views about Hamlet, and Other Essays by Albert Harris Tolman (1904)
"disconnectedness Every reader of this poetry is at once struck by the abrupt, ... A little farther on we have a marked example of disconnectedness made ..."

2. The Empire of the Tsars and the Russians by Anatole Leroy-Beaulieu (1898)
"... Institutions have not Answered the Expectations of their Founders—The Ministries and Committees of Ministers—disconnectedness of the Various Branches of ..."

3. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1903)
"Dreams and illusions usually possess a measure oi intrinsic disconnectedness and irrationality, but M. Jaures appears to us quite wrong when he asserts this ..."

4. A Pluralistic Universe: Hibbert Lectures to Manchester College on the by William James (1909)
"Another man, struck by the disconnectedness and mutual ... takes the universe as a whole to have been such a disconnectedness originally, and supposes order ..."

5. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1911)
"In recognizing this disconnectedness the thorough-going scepticism and the thorough-going eschatology agree. The difference comes in when each tries to ..."

6. Instinct and Reason: An Essay Concerning the Relation of Instinct to Reason by Henry Rutgers Marshall (1898)
"On the other hand, the relative disconnectedness from the brain of the nerves of the digestive system is acknowledged, and referred to by those who defend ..."

7. The Psalms and Other Sacred Writings: Their Origin, Contents, and Significance by Frederick Carl Eiselen (1918)
"(1) In the first place, it has been suggested that the book has had its "disjointed" form from the beginning, and that the disconnectedness and the apparent ..."

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