Asunder

  • 1 Asunder — Screenshot von Asunder Basisdaten Entwickler Andrew Smith Aktuelle Version …

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  • 2 Asunder — A*sun der, adv. [Pref. a + sunder.] Apart; separate from each other; into parts; in two; separately; into or in different pieces or places. [1913 Webster] I took my staff, even Beauty, and cut it asunder. Zech. xi. 10. [1913 Webster] As wide… …

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  • 3 asunder — mid 12c., contraction of O.E. on sundran (see SUNDER (Cf. sunder)). M.E. used to know asunder for distinguish, tell apart …

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  • 4 asunder — index apart, disconnected, discrete, disperse (scatter), separate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5 asunder — [adv] apart; into pieces disconnected, disjoined, divided, in half, loose, separated, split, torn, to shreds; concept 785 Ant. together …

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  • 6 asunder — ► ADVERB archaic or literary ▪ apart. ORIGIN Old English …

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  • 7 asunder — [ə sun′dər] adv. [ME < OE on sundran < on, on + sundor: see SUNDER] 1. into parts or pieces 2. apart or separate in direction or position …

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  • 8 Asunder — Infobox Software name = Asunder caption = A Screen Shot of Asunder. developer = Andrew Smith latest release version = 1.0 latest release date = 2008 04 26 operating system = Linux, BSD genre = CD Ripper license = GNU GPL v2 website =… …

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  • 9 asunder — [[t]əsʌ̱ndə(r)[/t]] ADV: ADV after v If something tears or is torn asunder, it is violently separated into two or more parts or pieces. [LITERARY] ...a dress rent asunder from shoulder to hem... The debate is tearing Wall Street asunder …

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  • 10 asunder — /əˈsʌndə / (say uh sunduh) adverb 1. into separate parts; in or into pieces: *a sudden ghastly rending asunder of the clouds showed far below them the heaving ocean –marcus clarke, 1874. 2. apart or widely separated: *They struggled on, asunder… …

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  • 11 asunder — adverb or adjective Date: 14th century 1. into parts < torn asunder > 2. apart from each other in position < wide asunder > …

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  • 12 asunder — /euh sun deuhr/, adv., adj. 1. into separate parts; in or into pieces: Lightning split the old oak tree asunder. 2. apart or widely separated: as wide asunder as the polar regions. [bef. 1000; ME; OE on sundrum apart. See A 1, SUNDRY] * * * …

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  • 13 asunder — adv. (formal) to rend, tear asunder * * * [ə sʌndə] tear asunder (formal) to rend …

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  • 14 asunder — a|sun|der [əˈsʌndə US ər] adv literary [: Old English; Origin: onsundran, from on into + sundran parts ] be torn/split/rent etc asunder to be torn violently apart or destroyed ▪ a nation torn asunder by internal conflicts …

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  • 15 asunder — adverb be torn asunder literary to be broken violently into many pieces: The boat was torn asunder on the rocks …

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  • 16 asunder — adverb /əˈsʌndə/ Into separate parts or pieces; apart Lest anyone find her treasure, she tore the map asunder and cast its pieces into the wind …

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  • 17 asunder — adv. Asunder is used with these verbs: ↑tear …

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  • 18 asunder — adverb, literary the fabric of society may be torn asunder Syn: apart, up, in two; to pieces, to shreds, to bits …

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  • 19 asunder — a•sun•der [[t]əˈsʌn dər[/t]] adv. adj. 1) into separate parts; in or into pieces 2) apart or widely separated: as wide asunder as the polar regions[/ex] • Etymology: bef. 1000; ME; OE on sundrum apart. See a I, sundry …

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  • 20 asunder — Synonyms and related words: adrift, all to pieces, apart, apart from, aside from, at a distance, away, away from, bipartite, by two, dichotomous, discontinuous, discrete, distal, distant, distinct, divergent, exotic, far, far off, faraway, fifty… …

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