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Disjoin, 1) tr. to part, to sunder: “--ing hands,” John III, 1, 197. John III, 1, 197 “scattered and --ed from fellowship,” III, 4, 3. “it --s remorse from power,” Caes. II, 1, 18.
2) intr. to part, to rid one's self: “till breathless he --ed,” Ven. 541.
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