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disconnected

adjective dis·con·nect·ed

: not connected to something (such as a power source)

: not having parts joined together in a logical way

Full Definition of DISCONNECTED

:  not connected :  separate; also :  incoherent <a disconnected narrative>
dis·con·nect·ed·ly adverb
dis·con·nect·ed·ness noun

Examples of DISCONNECTED

  1. The phone lines are all disconnected.
  2. Her biography reads like a series of disconnected stories.

First Known Use of DISCONNECTED

1783

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