Examples of disconnected in a Sentence
The phone lines are all disconnected.
Her biography reads like a series of disconnected stories.
Recent Examples of disconnected from the Web
The comparison with Mars is again imperfect: Timberlake is older and more disconnected from this pop moment, and Mars hasn't yet been at the center of any incidents as messy at the Super Bowl fiasco.
The phone at the company has since been disconnected.
The phone number listed for the restaurant has been disconnected and the location is no longer listed on The Counter’s website.
This week’s closings Hamifgash | Washington Square West The longtime kosher grill on Jeweler’s Row is cleared out, and the phone has been disconnected.
Modern Standby has a connected mode—equivalent to old Connected Standby—and a disconnected mode.
The slow, meditative pace of Manhattan Beach was perhaps meant to mimic this, the entire book a vacation from the frantic everyday onslaught of disconnected information that Egan has usually been so eager to chronicle.
Resetting a device can disrupt some forms of cyberattack by getting rid of malware, Ms. De Mooy says, and a disconnected device lowers risk.
All told, the agency built 50 miles of fence in disconnected strips 40 to 60 feet wide — and seized a total of 564 acres.
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First Known Use of disconnected
DISCONNECTED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disconnected for English Language Learners
: not connected to something (such as a power source)
: not having parts joined together in a logical way
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