disjoin (v.) Old form(s): disioynd, dis-ioyn'd , dis-ioyne , dis-ioynes, disioyning
disengage, separate [oneself]
JC II.i.18[Brutus alone] Th'abuse of greatness is when it disjoins / Remorse from power
KJ III.i.197[Constance probably to Queen Eleanor, of King Philip obeying Cardinal Pandulph] Look to it, devil, lest that France repent, / And by disjoining hands, hell lose a soul
KJ III.i.262[King Philip to Cardinal Pandulph, of the treaty with England] I may disjoin my hand, but not my faith
KJ III.iv.3[King Philip to Lewis the Dauphin and Cardinal Pandulph] A whole armado of convicted sail / Is scattered and disjoined from fellowship
Ven.541[of Adonis] breathless he disjoined, and backward drew
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