apart vs a part

apart a part

Definitions

  • 1) Set apart; isolated. Used after a noun or in the predicate.
  • 2) having characteristics not shared by others
  • 3) In two or more parts; asunder; to piece
  • 4) In a state of separation, of exclusion, or of distinction, as to purpose, use, or character, or as a matter of thought; separately; independently
  • 5) Separately, in regard to space or company; in a state of separation as to place; aside.
  • 6) So as to except or exclude from consideration; aside.
  • 7) In or into parts or pieces.
  • 8) Away from another or others.
  • 9) As a distinct item or entity.
  • 10) One from another.
  • 11) Aside or in reserve, as for a separate use or purpose.
  • 12) At a distance in place, position, or time.
  • 13) In two or more parts; asunder; to piece.
  • 14) In a state of separation, of exclusion, or of distinction, as to purpose, use, or character, or as a matter of thought; separately; independently.
  • 15) away from another or others
  • 16) one from the other
  • 17) separated or at a distance in place or position or time
  • 18) In part; partly.
  • 19) Todepartfrom;quit.
  • 20) In purpose, use, character, etc.: as, to set apart, or lay apart, for a special purpose.
  • 21) To depart from; quit.
  • 22) In pieces, or to pieces; asunder: as, to take a watch apart.
  • 23) Absolutely: as, jesting apart, what do you think of it?
  • 24) To or at one side; aside; separately; by itself; in distinction (from); independently (of); adjectively, separate. In place, motion, or position.
  • 25) Inpart;partly.
  • 26) Toputapart;setaside.
  • 27) In thought; in mental analysis: as, to consider one statement apart from others; apart from a slight error, the answer is right.
  • 28) To put apart; set aside.
  • 29) apart from.

Examples

  • 1) The people are so warm and friendly and it is tearing me apart.
  • 2) So are foxes before this lot rip them apart.
  • 3) They were found about half a mile apart.
  • 4) Does sleeping apart keep you together?
  • 5) We cut them apart at times.
  • 6) They would have been exactly 3½ years apart.
  • 7) These couples often live apart.
  • 8) In come cases, the outlets were just 40 yards apart.
  • 9) The players had to be dragged apart as they left the pitch at halftime.
  • 10) Your hips should face the wall at all times and your feet should remain hip distance apart.
  • 11) They think that he slipped into the sofa as it was taken apart before being moved.
  • 12) The rival groups were kept apart by a huge police presence.
  • 13) We both work long hours and we seem to have just drifted apart.
  • 14) But she is very sly and manipulative and the situation is tearing us apart.
  • 15) The reunion of a couple after time spent apart is always a poignant moment.
  • 16) Your son should have a strong bond with both his parents whether they live together or apart.
  • 17) They live thousands of miles apart but she was drawn to him after hearing what happened.
  • 18) Their businesses are at risk of being ripped apart and swallowed piecemeal by more ambitious banks.
  • 19) They each involve lies made three years apart.
  • 20) The pair had to be dragged apart.
  • 21) The bars keep the moving rails the correct distance apart.
  • 22) My job was to ensure the two groups remained safely apart.
  • 23) That underlines just how far apart we are philosophically on those things.
  • 24) In the end we decided to have time apart to get our heads straight.
  • 25) The trees are usually set about ten feet apart and the trunks kept bare of branches to about ten feet above the ground.
  • 26) We live 100 miles apart and cannot live together for at least three years.
  • 27) They moved apart, looking at each other.
  • 28) We have to stick to this otherwise they'll tear us apart.
  • 29) You'll need two rugs about 20m apart to act as bases.
  • 30) "I supposed he's got nothing to win – apart from the point – but he's got a big reputation."
  • 31) Vampirism as a disease rather than a cure is just one aspect of what sets The Strain apart from the myriad of vampire literature released over the past several years.
  • 32) There is an underlying tension, an awareness that borrowing Mr. Pitt's fame puts them under greater pressure to establish their name apart from their prominent client and sometime partner.
  • 33) What sets John McCain apart is that when pressed he can offer no other reason for why he should be President except that he should be President.
  • 34) One thing that sets Ovechkin apart is that he'll do all the hard work to go get the puck, then he'll steam his way through traffic into scoring position and finish off his own play.
  • 35) It made her feel discouraged, like if you took the word apart into two sections of dis and couraged.
  • 36) January 31st, 2010 NEW DELHI - The Delhi High Court has rejected the plea of a group of lawyers to argue their cases in Hindi apart from the English language used now.
  • 37) ‘Lie on your back, legs straight, and extend your arms overhead, stretching your hands and feet as far apart as possible.’
  • 38) ‘She stayed in one place, her feet about as far apart as her shoulders, and really only her legs moved.’
  • 39) ‘The passing of our friend Schwartz is being noted in venues as far apart as The Independent and The Cleveland Plain Dealer.’
  • 40) ‘The exterior of the towers was made of 12-inch steel columns spaced four feet apart.’
  • 41) ‘With the end of the consultation period today, the two sides remain as far apart as ever.’
  • 42) ‘Plant seeds at least 12 inches apart in rows spaced 3 feet apart.’
  • 43) ‘The cast-in-place piers are graceful, slender, and elegant with curving surfaces, spaced 142 feet apart.’
  • 44) ‘I added rolled-rim terra-cotta pots on this edge, spaced 10 feet apart.’
  • 45) ‘You simply use a split stance - your feet spaced about hip-width apart, one foot forward, the other behind you.’
  • 46) ‘Three wooden fence posts marked the end of the property, spaced roughly ten feet apart, and ending up at the neighbors chain link.’
  • 47) ‘The hardwoods are spaced eight feet apart in rows ten feet wide, a spacing that accommodates 540 trees per acre.’
  • 48) ‘The outcroppings were spaced eight feet apart and at seemingly random intervals fire was being shot upward from the floor.’
  • 49) ‘With your feet spaced shoulder-width apart, raise the bar off the rack.’
  • 50) ‘When backing up, he keeps his feet spaced apart and his head up - something young linemen often forget to do.’
  • 51) ‘The doors were spaced about five feet apart, but again, I didn't note that it was significant.’
  • 52) ‘The lights were spaced three feet apart, just enough to cast an eerie glow over the stairs.’
  • 53) ‘His strong posture with his feet spaced a little apart made him appear really large.’
  • 54) ‘The cattle grates were made from rebar spaced about a foot apart and about ten feet wide.’
  • 55) ‘The marchers were held back by police men and women spaced about three feet apart.’
  • 56) ‘Two fences (one high and one moderately high) spaced about three feet apart are recommended.’
  • 57) ‘Asking for things you know your partner won't want to do is likely to make you feel further apart, not closer together.’
  • 58) ‘Intimacy then becomes cold and degrading, leading the couple farther apart, not closer together.’
  • 59) ‘The Germans found, however, that living apart slows the decline in female libido, confirming the maxim ‘absence makes the heart grow fonder’.’
  • 60) ‘More than that, theirs is a great love story, an exquisitely painful romance of two self-proclaimed soulmates who can't live together yet can't live apart.’
  • 61) ‘He likens it to a marriage, spiked with petulant tiffs, where affection has cooled into mutual respect and where the partners are increasingly living apart together.’
  • 62) ‘‘Me and my girlfriend, Julie, live closer when we live apart,’ he explains.’
  • 63) ‘People are brought together, not pushed apart.’
  • 64) ‘Their lives having moved so far apart and yet so close together.’
  • 65) ‘Drawn together but also driven apart by their strong personalities, each has worked on solo projects or in different line-ups over the years.’
  • 66) ‘Yet he and his wife Sarah have spent most of their life together apart, her in Cheshire and him in West London, and have considered separating in the past.’
  • 67) ‘The survey confirmed that couples preferred to be poorer and happy apart than together, comfortably off and miserable.’
  • 68) ‘They graduate together, drift apart at University and begin to face the terrors of being a twentysomething at the same time.’
  • 69) ‘This foursome is public property: a rock group who have just got back together after 23 years apart.’
  • 70) ‘Groups such as Family Mediation Scotland are attempting to help families stay together, but apart.’
  • 71) ‘In the past three years her symptoms have become so aggravated that they are living apart while they consider how best to handle the monthly eruptions.’
  • 72) ‘I also feel for me and my fiance who will be apart for some considerable time whilst we plough through this stuff.’
  • 73) ‘Many spouses live apart for considerable periods of time; often the economic situation is so desperate that they have to look for means of subsistence on their own.’
  • 74) ‘Lately the two have spent more time apart than Paige considers healthy.’
  • 75) ‘This is where a man and woman consider themselves a couple, but live apart.’
  • 76) ‘I think the only way we will survive is if we live apart, the main reason is because he is constantly blaming the fact that I am a model, for the problems I am having.’
  • 77) ‘I'm still wondering about the man in the plumed turban standing apart and detached watching sailors and vendors at work.’
  • 78) ‘A cynic would say that this writer who claimed to stand alone and apart was actually quite prepared to lose himself in the herd.’
  • 79) ‘The question that can be asked is: can a certain percentage of replenishable groundwater be considered to be set apart for agriculture?’
  • 80) ‘He has also been setting apart a considerable amount of time for social activities.’
  • 81) ‘A side-yard garden is a world unto itself, so consider ways of setting it apart.’
  • 82) ‘It was her husband who noticed the man standing apart from the little group of mourners, and went over.’
  • 83) ‘What stands Mew apart from most of these bands is the style in which they were recorded.’
  • 84) ‘But on top of this he must cope with a major problem that has set him apart from his friends since he was six.’
  • 85) ‘It is this new sense of collaboration that sets this year's Art Fair apart from previous years.’
  • 86) ‘This element of the film works beautifully, and sets it apart from everything else of its type.’
  • 87) ‘But what really sets the 80s apart was the quality of teen flicks.’
  • 88) ‘He shot four superb points but it was his overall winning, carrying of and running off the ball and passing that marked him apart.’
  • 89) ‘It's said one quality that sets Rove apart is his ability to see the whole playing field in politics.’
  • 90) ‘‘What sets us apart is the quality of our collection,’ says Rochelle Keene, chief curator of the gallery.’
  • 91) ‘I was not exactly a Casanova but I did enough to keep my engine ticking over and none of the girls I had known could match up to Sarah - she had a special quality that set her apart.’
  • 92) ‘Setting the outlaw apart and marking him as truly heroic, oral traditions in particular ascribe his continued success to supernatural protection.’
  • 93) ‘In an act of defiance he cut of his Coleta (Pigtail worn by bullfighters) that marked them apart.’
  • 94) ‘It is only their subject matter that is different and marks them apart.’
  • 95) ‘Many of us also have other features that mark us apart.’
  • 96) ‘What really sets them apart is the quality of the participants and the detail and interest of the material.’
  • 97) ‘What marks this transaction apart is that here we are dealing with 100 per cent ownership.’
  • 98) ‘One of the qualities that sets him apart is that he probably believes he's the best player on the floor.’
  • 99) ‘What sets Film and Feelings apart is the special quality of its responsiveness.’
  • 100) ‘But the mosaic which marks the villa apart is located between the baths and the patio.’
  • 101) ‘Generally speaking, this was the only time the brethren met, for what most marked the Carthusians apart was that they lived not communally but in isolation, each in his own cell.’
  • 102) ‘She remarked that one of the things that sets Tullow Show apart was the quality of the trade stands it attracts.’
  • 103) ‘However much fans call referees' eyesight into question, the men in black won't waver because, according to new research, referees are simply a breed apart.’
  • 104) ‘Without question these women constitute a breed apart.’
  • 105) ‘Portlanders, you understand, are a breed apart.’
  • 106) ‘Regular callers to these programmes are a breed apart.’
  • 107) ‘Financial considerations apart, was he worth all that palaver?’
  • 108) ‘Though joking apart and with an eye on why we admire the Austin Ambassador so damn much, that crude range of engines were all service friendly and able to hit a hundred thousand miles with the right amount of care.’
  • 109) ‘Jokes apart, she's also been a convincing character actress.’
  • 110) ‘But jokes apart I have been wanting to do something beyond photography.’
  • 111) ‘Jokes apart, the success of this story depends on all of you.’
  • 112) ‘Okay okay, jokes apart, this is one movie I am really looking forward to.’
  • 113) ‘All jokes apart, this is not is not meant to disrespect them in any which way.’
  • 114) ‘Jokes apart, Bollywood is also the single largest showcase of ethnic art and culture.’
  • 115) ‘Considerations of the kinetic theory apart, Perrin was able to establish that the density of Brownian particles obeys the gas laws.’
  • 116) ‘With a wife and two grown up daughters who must be concerned at the level of vitriol thrown at their breadwinner, has he ever considered packing it all in, his lucrative renumeration apart?’
  • 117) ‘Bonetti's dismissal and Artero's outstanding strike effort apart, the second period was almost subdued compared to the first 45 minutes.’
  • 118) ‘It's also a remarkably sexy record, considering that - pin-up singer apart - the band still look like brickies.’
  • 119) ‘Leadership qualities apart, it is his positive view of the life which has helped him maintain his cool all along and this seems to be keeping him hale and hearty.’
  • 120) ‘Robertstown for their part will be disappointed by a performance in which centre-back Mark Kelly apart they had few stars.’
  • 121) ‘Human invasion apart, the quality of this reserve has deteriorated over the years.’
  • 122) ‘Translation skills apart, what qualities do you need to be an effective sign-singer?’
  • 123) ‘The quality of the competition apart, what let things down was the abysmal and partisan television coverage.’
  • 124) ‘Their qualifications, ideals and fresh appeal apart, the new breed has been working hard to succeed.’
  • 125) ‘I was going to take her words apart piece by piece.’
  • 126) ‘And then you start tearing it apart in bits and pieces and start writing notes to yourself, remember in scene so and so you're going to do so and so, so set it up now.’
  • 127) ‘The blast, which occurred at around 11.40 am, ripped apart piece of the pavement, throwing concrete and other debris on the roadway.’
  • 128) ‘In the workshop a damaged chest by Hericourt, from 1780, with its warped veneer has been taken apart piece by piece and completely reconstructed.’
  • 129) ‘In addition, I'd hear noises resembling someone tugging/prying apart pieces of wood.’
  • 130) ‘Desperate to avoid forking out thousands, Chris planned to take the plane apart and transport the pieces in 12 lorries to Tameside.’
  • 131) ‘So it's a good thing the meteor blew apart into small pieces in the upper atmosphere, rather than just above the ground.’
  • 132) ‘It is pale yellow, and arrives molded in hard cakes that slice apart into gelatinous pieces.’
  • 133) ‘Pieces are quickly torn apart in search of the coin which brings good luck for the rest of the year’
  • 134) ‘This will be done by taking the tower apart piece by piece and removing the rubble in secure containers.’
  • 135) ‘The best way to apply multiple colors is to take the piece apart.’
  • 136) ‘Amy sighed and broke apart the pieces, handing them out.’
  • 137) ‘However, chromosome pairs would sometimes break apart and exchange pieces - a process known as crossing over.’
  • 138) ‘I saw bits and pieces of it breaking apart and falling faster.’
  • 139) ‘She'd learned that lesson a long time ago, even though it had involved taking apart pieces of the ship and ruining them beyond repair.’
  • 140) ‘Furniture had been torn apart, and shattered glass covered the floor.’
  • 141) ‘It was a 3-inch-long tube about the size of a lipstick, which came apart in two pieces.’
  • 142) ‘As soon as he walks away, an explosion blasts the elevator doors apart.’
  • 143) ‘It was a four-inch bullet that entered her body and broke apart.’
  • 144) ‘And in innumerable other minutes of the 90, they were carved apart by a Kilmarnock team who spurned so many opportunities it was barely credible.’
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