Examples of uncouple in a Sentence
They uncoupled the railroad cars.
uncoupled the two railroad cars
Recent Examples of uncouple from the Web
In recent years, various prominent fashion duos have uncoupled—Pierpaolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri, at Valentino; Marcus Wainwright and David Neville, of Rag & Bone—but few of Leon and Lim’s friends can imagine such a fate for them.
No, Scarlett Johansson and Jane Fonda aren’t uncoupling from each other, but from each one’s latest significant others.
Sometimes Awkward, Life Changes Blythe Danner couldn’t be more supportive of Gwyneth’s conscious uncoupling from Chris Martin, and praises the way her daughter handled it.
At one point, Paltrow reportedly wanted to step in and help the warring pair to consciously uncouple.
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By now even the most bruised of LCD Soundsystem fans -- still raw after frontman James Murphy pulled the unsettling histrionic of consciously uncoupling from the scene in 2011, only to slide back in -- likely have given the reunion album a listen.
After consciously uncoupling from Brad Pitt, newly single Angelina Jolie has never looked better.
Early on, some attempted to uncouple the anthem from the game.
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First Known Use of uncouple
Synonymsbreak up, decouple, disassociate, disconnect, disjoin, disjoint, dissever, dissociate, disunite, divide, divorce, part, ramify, resolve, sever, split, sunder, separate, unlink, unyoke
Antonymsjoin, link, unify, unite
Related Wordsbreak down, decompose, disassemble, disintegrate, dissolve; bifurcate, bisect, cleave, dichotomize, dissect, fractionalize, fractionate, halve, partition, quarter, segment, subdivide, trisect; fragment, fragmentate, fragmentize; break, fracture, pull, rend, rift, rip, rive, rupture, tear; cut off, insulate, isolate, seclude, segregate, sequester; detach, disengage, disentangle, unravel, untie
Near Antonymsassemble, associate, blend, combine, mingle, mix; connect, couple; accumulate, agglutinate, attach, bind, cement, close, fasten, fuse, knit, stick, weld
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