1. capable of being divided or dissociated
    the siamese twins were not considered separable
    often drugs and crime are not dissociable
    a song...never conceived of as severable from the melody
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How To Use dissociable In A Sentence

  • The fight against war is indissociable from the fight against the system that breeds it, as it breeds all forms of violence.
  • Indeed, it should be indissociable from them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Bornstein posed this question in relation to the debate about the existence of dissociable implicit and explicit learning systems.
  • The blood-spattered breeze-block wall stands as grisly testimony of the violence which, apparently, is indissociable from this family's fragile celebrations.
  • According to Hardcastle, pain is a complex phenomenon consisting of many dissociable dimensions. Pain
  • These data indicate that the NAc core and shell make dissociable contributions to behavioral flexibility during set shifting.
  • Our data indicate that mechanisms for the emergence of gender versus racial bias are neurogenetically dissociable. The Volokh Conspiracy » “Children Who Form No Racial Stereotypes Found”
  • They report that “wanting” and “liking” have “are in fact dissociable and have different neural substrates.” Revealed Preference vs. Happiness, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • These proteins fulfill their function as long as they bind their dissociable ligand, the peptide.
  • Behavioural studies on monkeys, analysing the effect of circumscribed damage to specific regions in the inner part of the temporal lobe, have identified several dissociable, interacting memory structures.
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