Dissever meaning

dĭ-sĕv'ər
To separate; sever.
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To divide into parts; break up.
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To become separated or disunited.
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To cause to part; sever; separate.
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To divide into parts.
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To separate or part; disunite.
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To separate; to split apart.
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To divide into separate parts.

If the bridge is destroyed, the shores are dissevered.

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Origin of dissever

  • Middle English disseveren from Old French dessevrer from Late Latin dissēparāre Latin dis- dis- Latin sēparāre to separate separate
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Anglo-Norman desevrer, Old French dessevrer, from Latin dissēperō, from dis- + sēparō.
    From Wiktionary