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disjuncture

disjuncture

noun dis·junc·ture \-ˈjəŋ(k)-chər\

Definition of DISJUNCTURE

:  disjunction 1

Origin of DISJUNCTURE

Middle English, modification (influenced by Latin disjunctus) of Anglo-French desjointure, from desjoint disjoint
First Known Use: 14th century

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