Character 8
Hyphenation de tached
Pronunciations /dɪˈtæt͡ʃt/

Definitions and meanings of "Detached"

What do we mean by detached?

Separated; disconnected. adjective

Standing apart from others; separate. adjective

Marked by an absence of emotional involvement or personal interest; aloof or unbiased. adjective

Disjoined or dissociated; not united or not contiguous; being or becoming separate; unattached: as, detached rocks or portions of rock; a detached house; detached bodies of troops.

Of a separate character; belonging to a detached person or body: chiefly military: as, to be employed on detached service or duty; a detached mission.

Separate; unconnected, or imperfectly connected. adjective

See Escapement. adjective

Of a house: not joined to another house on either side. adjective

Having little or no emotions or interest towards someone else. adjective

Not influenced by anyone else; characterized by an impersonal objectivity; impartial. adjective

Simple past tense and past participle of detach. verb

Not fixed in position adjective

No longer connected or joined adjective

Used of buildings; standing apart from others adjective

Being or feeling set or kept apart from others adjective

Showing lack of emotional involvement adjective

Lacking affection or warm feeling adjective

To take apart from; to take off.

To separate for a special object or use.

To come off something.

The ability to keep stressful circumstances and issues from disturbing your inner peace . Urban Dictionary

Separate or disconnect . Urban Dictionary

Noun: A military unit that is dispatched from a larger unit usually for special purposes or missions. Urban Dictionary

A song about a dildo by King Missle. It doesn't even rhyme, it's just a guy telling a whole story about losing and finding his "detachable penis" with people chanting "detachable penis" in the background. If you don't believe me just look at these lyrics. Urban Dictionary

Cooler than the other side of the pillow. To be detached cool, remember not to look at any cameras when taking pictures while you also look like you're thinking deeply about world peace and/or the meaning of life and why we are all here. Urban Dictionary

1. A sexual act; only able to be performed in total darkness. The male penetrates the female's vagina with an object that resembles a penis (dildo, cucumber, banana, etc.); while doing so, the male makes loud and convincing "grunts" and "moans." Within minutes, the male then suddenly falls out of the bed and "screams," leaving the penis-like object inside of the female. When performed correctly, the female will panic, scream, and in some occasions faint, thinking the male's penis has "fallen off." 2. A male who has leprosy, and whose penis can literally detach. Urban Dictionary

Used when a guy is acting like such a pussy that an imaginary or spiritual tit is assumed to be attached and wrongfully employed by his mouth. Perhaps even a specific phantom tit, such as that of a mother or gf. Urban Dictionary

In mathematical logic, the Law of Detachment says that if the following two statements are true: (1) If p, then q. (2) p Then we can derive a third true statement: (3) q. Urban Dictionary

The inability to feel or recognise any basic human emotions as anyone would. Urban Dictionary

The notoriously common house, found throughout the suburbs of Great Britain. Are houses joined together by a "Party Wall" to save space I presume. The most common ones were built in the 1930s, to a decent enough standard that only now in 2011 they are starting to fall down around your ears, with insurance companies being called out for Constant repairs. They are the dwelling of the English Middle Class, a family on £45,000+ PA, 2 Cars under 10 years old and go abroad twice a year. Are overpriced for their size, costing on average around £180,000 and going upto £600,000. In all honesty an identical home in America would cost half as much, but what can you do. They are fucking everywhere, trust me, try any Suburb, you'll find 100s of them, each of them in groups of 6 and then broken up by a detached version of the same property. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Detached

The word "detached" in example sentences

The autopsy that was performed when (oh, god, to write such words and remain detached is beyond my ability) his body was recovered was inconclusive. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Arriving at this conclusion, she put the chest and its contents back again on the shelf -- with the one exception of the label detached from the blue-glass bottle. ❋ Wilkie Collins (1856)

Up next, it's our question of the hour: Should Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff lose his job after a report blasts what it calls his detached response to Hurricane Katrina? ❋ Unknown (2006)

The commissioner seemed to be detached from the debate going on around him. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Furthermore, far from being fully detached from the world, it was from the Quaker communities that Underground Railroad arose. ❋ Unknown (2010)

But they look increasingly detached from the reality on the ground in Afghanistan. ❋ Azeem Ibrahim (2010)

In light of these events and despite Bush's visit to soldiers 'families in Fort Hood, Bush's comments seem, at best, callous and, at worst, frighteningly detached from the harsh reality so many Americans and Iraqi civilians are facing. ❋ Unknown (2009)

"He was a cog in a machine and his guilt cannot be detached from the whole system." ❋ David Gauthier-Villars (2010)

Peel it, get the seeds out -- they are large, dark seeds, detached from the flesh, easy to get out -- and eat the bits that ensue. ❋ Markgritter (2009)

Instead of being a tax-funded, congressionally micromanaged bureaucracy, the air-traffic organization should be detached from the FAA and converted into a user-funded, user-governed nonprofit entity like the highly successful Nav Canada (and similar entities in Australia, Germany, the U.K., etc.). ❋ Unknown (2009)

Defense Secretary Robert Gates said earlier this week that most Americans have grown too detached from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and see military service as "something for other people to do." ❋ Torrey Shannon (2010)

After a few moments preparation, the pod detached from the Leviathan and hurtled through space, its destination Earth, Dallas, 1963. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The mud was being displaced so the riser could be detached from the rig and the wellhead, and the well could be capped with a final cement plug. ❋ Unknown (2010)

When it was returned to me after the second renewal, the center two pages had become detached from the staples holding the book together when it was in the possession of the immigration office. ❋ Unknown (2009)

While her stories 'from the field' were interesting the class and subject was still horribly boring and almost totally detached from the real world. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The Deepwater Horizon was being detached from the well to be moved to another location, as soon as the next day. ❋ Unknown (2010)

She is able to stay detached from all [the drama] [going on] [at work]. ❋ Flaagie (2017)

My [weave] [went] detach. ❋ DEATACH (2017)

DUDE: Remember that [CWAR] detachment we were on back in 99? HOMIE: Yeah man, we were way out in Egypt, site 60 or something. There wasn't anyone around except those Mexicans that night. DUDE: Yeah that was [some funny shit]. That idiot [Welford] thought he was Border Patrol. ❋ Old Balls (2007)

Sometimes people [tell me] to get it permanently attached, but, I don't know. Even though sometimes it's a [pain in the ass]... I like having a [detachable penis]. ❋ Tikibarberfan (2010)

Person A: Why does Staan look so deep [in thought]? Person B: He's [not really] deep in thought. Someone was just taking a picture of him. Person A: Wow. So [detached cool]. ❋ Mehtaknight (2014)

1. "No, [Cherise] didn't [get beat up] last night. Clint just pulled the detachable penis on her, and she fainted right into the [headboard]." 2. "Jesus Christ!" ❋ Clint & Cherise (2005)

Coach: Hey, Jimmy, it's okay you struck out. Stop your crying. Just remember next time, [detach tit]. Then bat. Guy1: Marjorie wants me to help pick between [mauve] and [fuschia] for the dining room. Guy2: [Detach tit] before speaking, man. ❋ Jatty (2009)

Damn dude! I'm doing lesson [2.3] on the law of [detachment] in my [geometry] book! ❋ Greendevil32 (2016)

After suffering [that much] [trauma] I was diagnosed as having [emotional detachment]. ❋ CityBoiz (2022)

English [Road]: Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, [DETACHED]!!! Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, Semi-Detached, DETACHED!!! And [so on]. ❋ Mr. Englishman (2011)

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