Origin of scissionFrench from Late Latin scissio from Classical Latin scissus, past participle of scindere, to cut from Indo-European base an unverified form skei- from source science
Scission is the act of cutting this pizza.
Scission is defined as the act of cutting or splitting.
An example of a scission is the process of slicing up a pizza.
the act of cutting, dividing, or splitting, or the state of being cut, divided, or split; separation; fission
The act of cutting or severing; division or fission.
Origin of scissionMiddle English from Old French from Late Latin scissiō scissiōn- from Latin scissus past participle of scindere to cut, split ; see skei- in Indo-European roots.
- The greater event was the scission between East and West.
- During the Civil War the denomination escaped an actual scission by following the neutral views of Campbell, who opposed slavery, war and abolition.