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Verb
/diˈvôrs/,
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divorces, plural;
  1. Legally dissolve one's marriage with (someone)
    • - he divorced his first wife after 10 months
    • - a divorced couple
    • - they divorced eight years later
  2. Separate or dissociate (something) from something else
    • - we knew how to divorce an issue from an individual
  3. Distance or dissociate oneself from (something)
    • - he wanted to divorce himself from all contact with the syndicate
Noun
  1. The legal dissolution of a marriage by a court or other competent body
    • - her divorce from her first husband
    • - one in three marriages ends in divorce
    • - divorce proceedings
  2. A legal decree dissolving a marriage

  3. A separation between things that were or ought to be connected
    • - the bitter divorce between the company and its largest shareholder

  1. the legal dissolution of a marriage
  2. disassociate: part; cease or break association with; "She disassociated herself from the organization when she found out the identity of the president"
  3. get a divorce; formally terminate a marriage; "The couple divorced after only 6 months"
  4. (divorced) of someone whose marriage has been legally dissolved
  5. Divorcée, or Divorcee, refers to a person whose marriage has ended in divorce, a legal dissolution of marriage before death by either spouse. Until recently, the word referred only to the woman, the term for the man being Divorcé. ...
  6. "D.I.V.O.R.C.E." is a 1975 UK number-one single by Scottish folk singer and comedian Billy Connolly. A comedy song, it reached #1 for one week in November 1975 and was one of the few songs of its genre to reach this milestone.
  7. Christian views on divorce find their basis both in biblical sources dating to the giving of the law to Moses and political developments in the Christian world long after standardization of the Bible. ...
  8. In modern society, the role of marriage and its termination through divorce have become political issues. ...
  9. Divorce is a 1945 drama film about a much-divorced woman who sets her sights on her married childhood friend. It stars Kay Francis, Bruce Cabot, and Helen Mack.
  10. Like marriage, divorce in the United States is the province of the state governments, not the federal government. ...
  11. (Divorced! (For Your Eyes Only)) (1983) Burning Sounds (with Fathead)
  12. (Divorced) Persons who have obtained a legal divorce and who have not remarried. (Source: 1996 Census Dictionary, Statistics Canada)
  13. (Divorces) are, obviously, fraught with the potential for tension and conflict for clients, forces that can destabilize a relationship with an advisor.
  14. A common name for a marriage that is legally ended.
  15. A divorce complaint is filed to legally end a marriage and to deal with division of marital property, debts, support, and children.
  16. Arabic talaq In its primitive sense the word talaq means dismission, but in law it signifies a release from the marriage tie.
  17. To dream of being divorced, denotes that you are not satisfied with your companion, and should cultivate a more congenial atmosphere in the home life. It is a dream of warning. For women to dream of divorce, denotes that a single life may be theirs through the infidelity of lovers.
  18. Future tense of Marriage.
  19. The legal termination of a marriage or a legally sanctioned separation of the spouses. Divorce was not a legal option in South Carolina during the period covered by the documents; therefore the subject "divorce" was not selected for that state
  20. Dissolution of Marriage (which may result in a need to change a Will)
  21. The formal court order that ends a marriage or civil union. (Dissolution Order)
  22. This is the trickiest area. If you and your husband divorce, obviously his mother is still their grandmother, but is she still your mother-in-law? Some people would say yes; some would say no. ...
  23. The end of a marriage by an official decision in a court of law.
  24. The legal separation of man and wife by court order or decree which dissolves the marital relationship. Most states have fault grounds such as bigamy, cruelty, insanity, and so on, and no-fault grounds of irretrievable breakdown or irreconcilable differences