Examples of disassociate in a Sentence
the company tried to disassociate itself from the rest of the industry, which is widely viewed as corrupt
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And if conservatives don’t stand for good manners and decency, who will? National Review’s founder, William F. Buckley Jr., labored for decades to disassociate conservatism from crudity.
And the fact that it was crafted by a jeweler who was disassociated from North Carolina’s football program in 2010 makes it the perfect college sports accessory.
Adlon quickly did, having good reason to disassociate her hit show Better Things.
Now, from the very beginning, Republicans could have disassociated themselves from the budget process since the fiscal condition of the state is the outcome of absolute Democratic control.
Lazio president Claudio Lotito sought Tuesday to disassociate the club from the hard-core ultra fans who plastered the stickers around the Stadio Olimpico during Sunday's Serie A game against Cagliari.
Herrmann often wrote music for characters who are menaced, yearning or disassociated from reality, which fits here.
Colleges have been formally disassociating themselves from coaches, boosters and former players for decades.
Former Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze exchanged hundreds of phone calls in the last three years to disassociated booster Lee Harris over a three-year period, according to a report Friday by USA Today.
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