Definition of Disengagements

1. Noun. (plural of disengagement) ¹



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Definition of Disengagements

1. disengagement [n] - See also: disengagement

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disengagements

disendowers
disendowing
disendowment
disendowments
disendows
disenfranchise
disenfranchised
disenfranchises
disenfranchising
disengage
disengaged
disengagedness
disengagement
disengagements (current term)
disengager
disengagers
disengages
disengaging
disengagingly
disennoble
disennobled
disennobles
disennobling
disenrol
disenroll
disenrolled
disenrolling
disenrolls

Literary usage of Disengagements

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1. A Manual of Machinery and Millwork by William John Macquorn Rankine (1893)
"disengagements. - \ 301 The most common kind of reversing-gear which acts by ... Amongst disengagements acting by ..."

2. Schools and Masters of Fence: From the Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century by Egerton Castle (1885)
"The four disengagements suggest four feints." These four disengagements were nothing new. A disengagement from a low line to a high one is simply the action ..."

3. A New System of Broad and Small Sword Exercise, Comprising the Broad Sword by Thomas Stephens (1843)
"COUNTER disengagements IN OCTAVE AND SEMICIRCLE. The counter disengagements in octave may be performed after your adversary has thrust in seconde, ..."

4. Notes and Problems on the Elements of Mechanism and the Transmission of Power by William Bradford Homer (1895)
"disengagements, as these contrivances may be called, may be classed in ... disengagements which act by friction are to a certain extent indefinite in their ..."

5. The Popular Science Monthly (1888)
"In northern Germany, on the left bank of the Weser, the country is riddled -with fractures which give passage to abundant disengagements of carbonic acid, ..."

6. Manual of Bayonet Exercise: Prepared for the Use of the Army of the United by George Brinton McClellan (1856)
"Two disengagements can be made from each line—into the one just above or below it, and into that on the same level, but never into the one diagonally ..."

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