separateness

[ UK /sˈɛpɹətnəs/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛpɝətnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the state of being several and distinct
  2. the quality of being not alike; being distinct or different from that otherwise experienced or known
  3. political independence
    seeking complete political separateness for Taiwan
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How To Use separateness In A Sentence

  • Carus rejected the widespread interpretation that Buddha had denied the existence of the soul in his anatman doctrine; rather Buddha had denied the separateness of soul or consciousness from its physical vessel. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • The separateness between information and its carrier is the core feature of electronic documents.
  • Both of the characters feel the terrible pain of aloneness and separateness felt also by both Linnet and Owl of the changeling stories.
  • Dodgson made a game of the sessions, so the girls may be play-acting; but the lens confers an inescapable awareness of separateness, bound up with seeing and being seen.
  • This section began with a question about the relations among Kantian views of autonomy, rationality, and agential separateness.
  • Ms. Shteynshleyger's life has been largely defined by her separateness: as an immigrant in America, a religious Jew in the art world, a single parent in the Orthodox Jewish community.
  • Ms. Shteynshleyger's life has been largely defined by her separateness: as an immigrant in America, a religious Jew in the art world, a single parent in the Orthodox Jewish community.
  • All suffering is caused by the illusion of separateness, which generates fear and self-hatred, which eventually causes illness.
  • Dodgson made a game of the sessions, so the girls may be play-acting; but the lens confers an inescapable awareness of separateness, bound up with seeing and being seen.
  • Others are purchased because the buyer feels that ownership will confer separateness and status.
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