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disconnected

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisconnecteddis‧con‧nect‧ed /ˌdɪskəˈnektɪd◂/ adjective  CONNECTED WITHdisconnected thoughts or ideas do not seem to be related to each other syn unrelated
Examples from the Corpus
disconnectedThat washing machine doesn't work. It's been disconnected.Is knowledge lost from memory or does it change, becoming vague and imprecise, or distorted, or disconnected and fragmented?The plot is disconnected and unbelievable.I know I have been reduced to a babble of disconnected comments, which don't really say much.When the power was disconnected, he carefully removed the back of the computer.It's easier, though, to remember a meaningful sentence or phrase of six words than to remember six disconnected words.
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