Disjoin and Segregate

Disjoin

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Disjoin verb – To set or force apart.
Usage example: disjoined the two drinking glasses, which were stuck together, only with the greatest difficulty

Segregate and disjoin are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Segregate" instead a verb "Disjoin".
Synonyms for Disjoin

Segregate

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Segregate verb – To set or keep apart from others.
Disjoin and segregate are semantically related. You can use "Disjoin" instead a verb "Segregate".
Nearby Words: segregation, segregative, segregating
Synonyms for Segregate
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