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it was the day she dreaded. since the day the doctor told her the news. she knew this day would come. the cancer had spread too far. prolonging his pain was something he and she decided against. still the day came too fast. she watched him now. he was fading slowly. the color from his face washing away into the air. what would she do without him. everything was him. he was everythinhg
By denise on 05.03.2012
when I eat skittles i separate them by color same with starburts.
By embell URL on 05.03.2012
I separated the thoughts within my head; what I wanted from what I intrinsically needed. I thought about the word and everything it entailed. Distinction. Unable to coexist.
By Alligator Johnson on 05.03.2012
take apart put into different pars of parts it would be like if u took something away from BABY YOU WOULD SAY U Separated the toy from the baby
By hunter sandell on 05.03.2012
separate is were u separate some thing
By elk slayer URL on 05.03.2012
I think that the word separate is a bad word when you think about it it means moms and dads being separated from homes pets having to go away when I think of the word separate I feel sad. I don’t like thinking about the word separate because it can mean some terrible stuff I also like doing things like this because you can find the real meaning of the word.
By samantha on 05.03.2012
well my sister and her boyfriend can never separate from each other their always together never separated. Its kind of like their obsessed with each other.
By Ewa147 URL on 05.03.2012
i have been separated from my mom .
By drl URL on 05.03.2012
Jacob Mills hates when teachers separate him from apple. He says she always gives him his low calorie pine cones.
By lustgraaf112 URL on 05.03.2012
By Dominick Goecken URL on 05.03.2012
to take something apart take the fighting bot apart take the toy from the baby to separate it. I don’t like being separated from my friends. the baby doesn’t like being separated from there toys separate mean take apart or take away.
roses are red
violets are blue
i don’t want to be separated from you
By Brooklyn URL on 05.03.2012
i thought the distance would help. help me forget. help me mend. the sea isnt big enough to drown the pain you;ve caused. its not wide enough to swallow the hurt.
By chimp URL on 05.03.2012
how can i separate my ass from this couch?
separate meaning not together or far from each other
By Esmy URL on 05.03.2012
two things that are cut in to two
two things that are the that are diffrent
By noahmccool on 05.03.2012
two things away from each other
two things are opposite of each other
two things that are far away
By tyson smith on 05.03.2012
Up in New England, down in the South that just isn’t the South. Daily I recall the awkward, shy smile that greets me when we happen to meet for lunch. The meeting aren’t planned, so I guess that’s where the awkwardness he exudes comes from. He’s only, for sure, perhaps wants to change that, but she’s far too closed, worried I guess, to get to know other people. Doing the course of his stay at university he’s only a handful a people–intimately involves himself with fewer still. But that’s his way. I can only hope that maybe he will further warm to me.
By Johnathan URL on 05.03.2012
Separate separate alone on a shore that is distant and so very far. What is it to know the same privilege that you enjoy so easily.
separate means to take things apart.
By snowboard addict URL on 05.03.2012
People can be separate, which is the opposite of together. Separate is to be apart, so a puzzle can be separate, and Ikea furniture comes in separate annoying parts. Separation can hurt, especially if close to the person. Separate is an 8 letter word, just like the phrase “I love you”. These link as you can love someone so much being separate nearly kills you. Not literally, that’d just be silly.
By Sarah on 05.03.2012
forming or viewed as a unit apart or by itself : this raises two separate issues | he regards the study of literature as quite separate from life.
• not joined or touching physically : hostels with separate quarters for men and women.
• different; distinct : melt the white and dark chocolate in separate bowls.
verb |ˈsepəˌrāt| |ˈsɛpəˈreɪt| |ˈsɛpəreɪt|
1 [ trans. ] cause to move or be apart : police were trying to separate two rioting mobs | they were separated by the war.
• form a distinction or boundary between (people, places, or things) : only a footpath separated their garden from the shore | six years separated the two brothers.
• [ intrans. ] become detached or disconnected : the second stage of the rocket failed to separate.
• [ intrans. ] leave another person’s company : they separated at the corner, agreeing to meet within two hours.
• [ intrans. ] stop living together as a couple : after her parents separated, she was brought up by her mother | [as adj. ] ( separated) her parents are separated.
• (often be separated) discharge or dismiss (someone) from service or employment : this year one million veterans will be separated from the service.
2 divide or cause to divide into constituent or distinct elements : [ intrans. ] the milk had separated into curds and whey | [ trans. ] separate the eggs and beat the yolks.
• [ trans. ] extract or remove for use or rejection : the skins are separated from the juice before fermentation | figurative we need to separate fact from speculation.
• [ trans. ] distinguish between; consider individually : we cannot separate his thinking from his activity.
• (of a factor or quality) distinguish (someone or something) from others : his position separates him from those who might share his interests.
• [ trans. ] ( separate something off) make something form, or view something as, a unit apart or by itself : the organ loft separating off the choir.
noun |ˈsɛp(ə)rət| ( separates)
things forming units by themselves, in particular
• individual items of clothing, such as skirts, jackets, or pants, suitable for wearing in different combinations.
• the self-contained, freestanding components of a sound-reproduction system.
• portions into which a soil, sediment, etc., can be sorted according to particle size, mineral composition, or other criteria.
go one’s separate ways leave in a different direction from someone with whom one has just traveled or spent time. • end a romantic, professional, or other relationship.
separate but equal historical racially segregated but ostensibly ensuring equal opportunities to all races.
separate the men from the boys see man .
separate the sheep from the goats divide people or things into superior and inferior groups. [ORIGIN: with biblical allusion to Matt. 25:33.]
separate the wheat from the chaff see chaff 1 .
separately |ˈsɛp(ə)rətli| adverb
separateness |ˈsɛp(ə)rətnəs| noun
ORIGIN late Middle English : from Latin separat- ‘disjoined, divided,’ from the verb separare, from se- ‘apart’ + parare ‘prepare.’
By Cody URL on 05.03.2012
apart split up gone not together get away from each other
the split of two or more people never see each other again
By jay21 URL on 05.03.2012
Close as family,
Good times and-
The weight of laughter
Will not affect-
Hope for mending
By Kate Durossette URL on 05.03.2012
Sometimes my mom has to separate my brother cuz we fight like crazy all the time! 24-7!!!!
By zebra woman URL on 05.03.2012
PULL APART OR TO BRAKE APART
By Kayannna URL on 05.03.2012
somethin that separates people so they can be happy now. or raysis people separate each other because they r very very very raysis
By DARKHAWK URL on 05.03.2012
SePaRaTe! HeLlo PeOpLe Of Da WoRlD!
By Cody on 05.03.2012
I hate the food that is separate because then you have to look for what you need, well i don’t really hate it!!!!!!!!!! :P
By fancy girl URL on 05.03.2012
If you think about it separate sounds alought like serpant dose it not?.
By kittens URL on 05.03.2012
To tear apart ,detached – distinct – individual – discrete – several – part – sever – segregate – detach – dis join – reprint.
By Nik Pleas URL on 05.03.2012
There are Seperatists in Star Wars. The speratists include the trade federation and some other organizations. They have a droid army. Tomo origato Mr. Roboto.
By Tree URL on 05.03.2012
To pull apart. Separating is so hard
I need to get my credit card
when I get done I really don’t want to go our separate ways, don’t eat the lard
By autumn2036 URL on 05.03.2012
in this world we are all separate,we do good we do bad but all is in the days work, we stumble we fall,we bring the word to all in this day we all separate
By TH3 R3V 81-09 URL on 05.03.2012
To brake or take apart from something.
By Sage URL on 05.03.2012
in this world everybody separate, theres good thers bad, but in the end we r all to gather we have friends we have famliy so we ar not all defferent
By franklinward URL on 05.03.2012
this sword will separate your limbs if you are not careful
By S-man URL on 05.03.2012
like a family comeing together and seperating
By cody URL on 05.03.2012
Sometimes parents separate. The biggest impact is on the kids. Sometimes the separation is good for them, though. Parents can be better parents when they are happy. That could mean they need to be away from the person who is inhibiting their happiness. asdkfjalsjkd
By Rashida Brown on 05.03.2012
Me and my friend go our separate ways.
It might take days, but until then.
Hopefully we will become friends again.
By kailey kilpatrick URL on 05.03.2012
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