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Definition of "disengaged" []

  • To release or become released from a connection, obligation, etc (verb)
  • To withdraw (forces) from close action (verb)
  • To move (one's blade) from one side of an opponent's blade to another in a circular motion to bring the blade into an open line of attack (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of disengage. (verb)

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  • Unconnected; detached. (adjective)
  • Not (socially) engaged; available, free. (adjective)

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Use "disengaged" in a sentence
  • "If a man believes that matter exists as a thing _not_ disengaged from perception, he cannot believe that it exists as a thing _disengaged_ from perception."
  • "Well, the final category with 14 percent, they are what we call the disengaged, those who generally have a low level of interest in the news."
  • "I didn't and like many people, I felt disengaged from the political process."