Definition of 'disjunction'
Example sentences containing 'disjunction'
There was a great disjunction between the effect she thought she had on the world, and the effect she actually achieved.LEARNING TO TALK: SHORT STORIES (2003)
The disjunction between the Flighthawk and the Mega-fortress was one of the hardest things for the pi-lot to get used to.DALE BROWN'S DREAMLAND (5) STRIKE ZONE (2003)
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