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3 definitions found
 for disjunction
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Disjunction \Dis*junc"tion\, n. [L. disjunctio.]
     1. The act of disjoining; disunion; separation; a parting;
        as, the disjunction of soul and body.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     2. A disjunctive proposition. --Coleridge.
        [1913 Webster]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  disjunction
      n 1: state of being disconnected [syn: disjunction,
           disjuncture, disconnection, disconnectedness] [ant:
           connectedness, connection, link]
      2: the act of breaking a connection [syn: disconnection,
         disjunction]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  200 Moby Thesaurus words for "disjunction":
     ablation, abstraction, accord, addition, adjunct, affairs,
     affiliation, affinity, alienation, alliance, aloofness, alteration,
     analysis, anarchy, anatomization, approximation, assemblage,
     association, atomization, bond, breakup, broken thread, brokenness,
     change, chaos, clearance, closeness, combination, confusion,
     connectedness, connection, contiguity, contrariety, corrosion,
     crumbling, dealings, decay, decomposition, deduction, degradation,
     demarcation, deportation, derangement, desynonymization,
     detachment, differencing, differentiation, diffusion, dilapidation,
     disarrangement, disarray, disarticulation, disassociation, discard,
     discomfiture, discomposure, disconcertedness, disconnectedness,
     disconnection, discontinuance, discontinuation, discontinuity,
     discontinuousness, discreteness, discrimination, disengagement,
     disequalization, disharmony, dishevelment, disintegration,
     disjointing, disjuncture, dislocation, disorder, disorderliness,
     disorganization, dispersal, dispersion, disposal, disposition,
     disproportion, disruption, dissociation, dissolution, distinction,
     distinguishment, disturbance, disunion, diversification, division,
     divorce, divorcement, ejection, elimination, entropy, episode,
     eradication, erosion, exile, expatriation, expulsion, filiation,
     fitfulness, haphazardness, homology, immateriality, impertinence,
     inapplicability, inappositeness, incoherence, incompleteness,
     inconnection, inconsequence, inconsistency, independence,
     indiscriminateness, individualization, individuation,
     inharmonious harmony, intercourse, intermittence, intimacy,
     irregularity, irrelation, irrelevance, isolation, junction,
     liaison, link, linkage, linking, liquidation, luxation,
     modification, most admired disorder, mutual attraction, nearness,
     non sequitur, nonadhesion, noncohesion, noncontinuance,
     nonlinearity, nonseriality, nonsymmetry, nonuniformity, ostracism,
     outlawing, outlawry, parenthesis, particularization, parting,
     partition, personalization, perturbation, promiscuity,
     promiscuousness, propinquity, proximity, purge, randomness,
     rapport, ravages of time, relatedness, relation, relations,
     relationship, removal, resolution, riddance, scattering,
     segmentation, segregation, separateness, separation, separatism,
     severalization, severance, similarity, specialization, subdivision,
     subtraction, suspension, sympathy, tie, tie-in, turbulence,
     unadherence, unadhesiveness, unconnectedness, union, unrelatedness,
     unsymmetry, untenacity, ununiformity, upset, variation, wear,
     wear and tear, withdrawal, zoning
  
  

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