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Definition of "disengaging" [dis•en•ga•ging]

  • Present participle of disengage. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "disengaging" in a sentence
  • "If McCain's criteria for having U.S. troops in Iraq is that it's "fine" with him "as long as Americans are not being injured or harmed or wounded or killed," how can he be against disengaging from the war ASAP if he becomes President?"
  • "The big push I’ve seen in the last few years in terms of the way many of us are dealing online is a certain set of tactics for disengaging from the crazy."
  • "And those who would be our allies need to buck their ideas up; there’s been too much dilettante faffing about for too long – it’s no wonder trans people are disengaging from the debates."