Dissociable

Dis*so"cia*ble

(?), a. [L. dissociabilis, fr. dissociare: cf. F. dissociable. See Dissociate.] 1. Not well associated or assorted; incongruous.
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They came in two and two, though matched in the most dissociable manner.
Spectator.
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2. Having a tendency to dissolve social connections; unsuitable to society; unsociable.
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