One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘as an anthropologist you look on everything with detachment’
objectivity, dispassion, dispassionateness, disinterest, indifference, aloofness, remoteness, distance, open-mindedness, neutrality, lack of bias, lack of prejudice, impartiality, fairness, fair-mindedness, equitability, even-handedness, unselfishness
2‘a detachment of soldiers’
unit, detail, squad, troop, contingent, outfit, task force, crew, patrol, section, formation
squadron, flight, division, platoon, company, corps, regiment, brigade, battalion, force, garrison, legion
3‘moisture coming through the plaster accounted for the detachment of the wallpaper’
loosening, disconnection, unfastening, disengagement, parting, separation, uncoupling, removal, loosing, untying, unhitching, undoing, unhooking, unbuttoning, unzipping, freeing, severing, pulling off, cutting off, hacking off, chopping off, pruning, breaking off, disuniting
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