secede

[ US /sɪˈsid/ ]
[ UK /sɛsˈiːd/ ]
VERB
  1. withdraw from an organization or communion
    After the break up of the Soviet Union, many republics broke away
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How To Use secede In A Sentence

  • And yet today, almost without exception, chroniclers state that in 1860-61 “the Southern states seceded.” Mike Musick: What if Lincoln lost the election?
  • The Bengalis were numerous enough to take on the Punjabis, but they seceded. Pakistan’s Fatal Shore
  • There is likely to be civil war if the region tries to secede from the south.
  • Many of the planets were run by makeshift despotic governments that intended to secede from the Republic.
  • In 1991, Germany gave Croatia and Slovenia the green light to secede from the Yugoslav federation; civil war soon followed.
  • The Republic of Panama seceded from Colombia in 1903.
  • They plotted to make the whole Mississippi Valley secede from the United States.
  • Supposing Yorkshire or Cornwall decided by a majority vote to secede from Britain and elect their own government.
  • The article briefly narrative trouble of Sichuan province Luhuo county grain of production after secede farming.
  • The state legislature was soon to convene, with some of its members seeking to have the state secede from t he Union.
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