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Another word for separation

  1. The act or an instance of separating one thing from another

  2. The act or process of detaching

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  3. The act or an instance of distinguishing

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  4. The act or process of isolating

      1. The act or process of sequestering:
      2. The sequestering of property.
      3. The writ authorizing such sequestering.
      1. The act or process of segregating or the condition of being segregated.
      2. The policy or practice of separating people of different races, classes, or ethnic groups, as in schools, housing, and public or commercial facilities, especially as a form of discrimination.
      3. The separation of paired alleles or homologous chromosomes, especially during meiosis, so that the members of each pair appear in different gametes.
      1. The act of isolating:
      2. The quality or condition of being isolated:
      1. The act of insulating or the state of being insulated.
      2. A material or substance used in insulating:
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  5. A space or interval between objects or points

      1. A space between objects, points, or units, especially when making uniform amounts of separation:
      2. An amount of time between events, especially of uniform duration separating events in a series:
      3. A segment of an athletic workout in which an athlete runs, swims, or does other exercise over a series of predetermined distances at regular time increments with intermittent rests.
      1. A space, especially a small or narrow one, between things or parts:
      1. To make or occupy a space between.
      2. A space between two things; an interval.
      1. An opening in a solid structure or surface; a cleft or breach:
      2. A break in a line of defense.
      3. An opening through mountains; a pass.
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Another word for separation

  1. The act of dividing

  2. The act of parting

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  3. Marital estrangement

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