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
But Trump’s believers see not patterns in these episodes, but a series of disconnected dots.
One publicly listed number for Tylka did not have a working voice mailbox and another was disconnected.
Trump’s comments were strikingly disconnected from the progress on Capitol Hill, where the House passed a short-term spending measure Tuesday night and Senate leaders were closing in on a larger, long-term pact after of a Thursday night deadline.
Aptiv said Volvo's own safety systems, which include automatic braking, had been disconnected.
Jonathan Weisman grew up a secular Jew in 1970s Atlanta, generally untouched by anti-Semitism and disconnected from serious engagement with Jewish faith and tradition.
Supporters say opposition to the plan appears disconnected from whether the plan makes rational sense.
In the meantime the Blue Devils’ defense as a whole was ineffective and disconnected; by early February, despite being loaded with five-star athletes and NBA prospects, Duke’s adjusted defensive efficiency ranked in the 70s nationally.
Toback’s agent, who dropped him after the allegations came to light in October, did not have a way to reach Toback and a telephone number listed in a public database was disconnected.
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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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