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The synonyms of “Asunder” are: apart, up, in two
Asunder as an Adverb
Definitions of "Asunder" as an adverb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “asunder” as an adverb can have the following definitions:
- Into parts or pieces.
Synonyms of "Asunder" as an adverb (3 Words)
|apart||Not taken into account or excluded from consideration.|
Had a feeling of being set apart.
|in two||To or toward the inside of.|
The sun was already up when they set off.
Usage Examples of "Asunder" as an adverb
- Those whom God hath joined together let no man put asunder.
- Torn asunder.
Associations of "Asunder" (30 Words)
|apart||So as to be shattered; into pieces.|
Joking apart they do a really remarkable job.
|away||Out of the way especially away from one s thoughts.|
Wanted to get away from there.
|diffuse||Spread or diffuse through.|
The problem is how to diffuse power without creating anarchy.
|diffusion||(physics) the process in which there is movement of a substance from an area of high concentration of that substance to an area of lower concentration.|
The rapid diffusion of ideas and technology.
|dispel||Make (a doubt, feeling, or belief) disappear.|
The brightness of the day did nothing to dispel Elaine s dejection.
|dispersal||The splitting up and selling off of a collection of artefacts or books.|
Colleges had made large dispersals and the shops were filled with books.
|disperse||Denoting a phase dispersed in another phase as in a colloid.|
Winds dispersed the radioactive cloud high in the atmosphere.
|dispersion||The extent to which values of a variable differ from a fixed value such as the mean.|
The study looks at the dispersion of earnings with OECD member countries.
|disseminate||Cause to become widely known.|
There is a subset of these low grade tumours that can disseminate and migrate.
|dissemination||The act of dispersing or diffusing something.|
The dissemination of public information.
|dissipate||(with reference to a feeling or emotion) disappear or cause to disappear.|
The concern she d felt for him had wholly dissipated.
|dissolution||Dissolute indulgence in sensual pleasure.|
The Prime Minister asked the queen for a dissolution of Parliament.
|distract||Divert (attention) from something.|
It was another attempt to distract attention from the truth.
|distribute||Be distributed or spread as in statistical analyses.|
The journal is distributed worldwide.
|diversify||Vary in order to spread risk or to expand.|
Diversify a course of study.
|division||A group of organisms forming a subdivision of a larger category.|
The new clause was agreed without a division.
|effluence||A substance that flows out from something.|
|intersperse||Place at intervals in or among.|
The debate was interspersed with angry exchanges.
|partition||The act of dividing or partitioning separation by the creation of a boundary that divides or keeps apart.|
An agreement was reached to partition the country.
|scatter||The scattering of light other electromagnetic radiation or particles.|
A scatter of boulders round the pothole mouth.
|scattered||Lacking orderly continuity.|
A scattered clifftop community.
|separate||Become separated into pieces or fragments.|
A bathroom and separate toilet.
|separated||Separated at the joint.|
His parents are separated.
|separation||The cessation of cohabitation of man and wife (either by mutual agreement or under a court order.|
The damage that might arise from the separation of parents and children.
|split||A thing that is divided or split.|
Once again the family was split up.
|spray||A pesticide in suspension or solution intended for spraying.|
Water sprayed into the air.
|spread||Cover by spreading something over.|
A table spread with food.
|sprinkle||A light rain.|
He sprinkled his conversation with quotations.
|strew||Cover (a surface or area) with untidily scattered things.|
A small room with newspapers strewn all over the floor.