Part of speech:
To place in different groups; sort:
To split with a sharp instrument.
To divide is defined as to separate into two or more parts.
To cease associating; part.
The amputation of a limb through a joint, without the cutting of bone.
(Chemistry) The process by which the action of a solvent or a change in physical condition, as in pressure or temperature, causes a molecule to split into simpler groups of atoms, single atoms, or ions.
Dissolution is defined as ending or breaking apart.
The act or process of severing.
To cut into small pieces:
To vary, as from a regular course; deviate:
To separate or unfasten; disconnect:
To become disconnected
To free or detach oneself; withdraw.
To cut, tear, or pull off the limbs of.
To dissolve is defined as to become broken up or absorbed by something or to disappear into something else.
To destroy or take away the unity of; divide or separate
To cut off; separate or disunite:
To hack is defined as to chop, cut or damage in a rough or irregular way.
To catch and enclose or compress tightly between two surfaces, or points which are brought together or closed; to pinch; to close in upon.
To cut or divide into slices:
To cut or split open, esp. by a straight incision
To make (a person or thing) part of; join
To join and act together in a common purpose or endeavor.
The definition of combine is to join together or to unite.
To establish is defined as to start, create or bring about something.
To admit as a member into a fraternity, club, etc., as with customary practices or ceremonies
To cut into a desired shape; fashion by cutting:
Split is defined as to break, separate, tear, divide or cut into two or more parts.
To gather into a group; collect
To cut off (a part), especially from a tree or shrub:
(Archaic) To divide into shares or portions.
Find another word for sever. In this page you can discover 48 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for sever, like: separate, rend, cut, cleave, divide, cut off, dissociate, disarticulation, disengagement, dissociation and dissolution.