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  • n  state of being disconnected

  • There's always been a sweet disconnectedness to Sandler's screen character, and when it is married to his contrasting, obsessive quest for a peaceful, more or less conventional .
  • The contrast between their often wailing anguish and his pallid disconnectedness is, perhaps, the most vivid, and heartbreaking, aspect of Deliver Us from Evil.
  • Her willful fancifulness intrigues and annoys, but in his self-absorption and disconnectedness, he misses the clues to her condition, therefore her motives.

  • Thomas PM Barnett in Crosswalk.com
    In an interview with Cybercast News Service , Barnett said that the proposed new department "would cover the process of getting states from failure to functioning, from instability to stability, from disconnectedness to connectedness, from war to...
  • Joel Schumacher in San Francisco Chronicle
    When (Butler) talked to me about the role, he was so emotional about the loneliness, the disconnectedness (of the phantom),Schumacher says.

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