One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Simultaneously, but disconnectedly, each finds himself changed by the funeral, from the moment of the funeral, and changing in ways both dramatic and imperceptible.’
- ‘As a series of images flick by, she disconnectedly narrates the awakenings of her ostensibly conventional sexual and social consciousness.’
- ‘The film opens on a small evening party: four individuals dancing, swaying, laughing disconnectedly.’
- ‘The room wasn't this warm before, he thought disconnectedly, keeping his brain from focusing on the painful and obvious enormity of his mistake.’
- ‘‘I know what they took… ‘He said disconnectedly, staring blankly off into nowhere, ‘I know what they took from me.’’
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