dismember definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To cut, rip, or accomplish the limbs of.
    • To divide into pieces.
    • to-tear limb from limb; to dilacerate; to disjoin member from user; to tear or cut-in pieces; to-break up.
    • To rob of account.
    • To reduce, tear, or pull-off the limbs of.
    • To divide into pieces.
    • to-tear limb from limb; to dilacerate; to disjoin member from member; to tear or cut in pieces; to split up.
    • To deprive of membership.
    • To cut, tear, or pull off the limbs of.
    • To divide into pieces.
    • To tear limb from limb; to dilacerate; to disjoin member from member; to-tear or cut-in pieces; to break up.
    • To deprive of membership.
  • verb:
    • to eliminate the limbs of.
    • To cut or else divide something into pieces.
    • split the limbs through the human body
    • divide into pieces
    • to eliminate the limbs of.
    • To cut or elsewhere divide one thing into pieces.
    • separate the limbs from body
    • divide into pieces
    • to get rid of the limbs of.
    • To reduce or otherwise divide some thing into pieces.
    • individual the limbs through the human body
    • divide into pieces
  • others:
    • to split up the members of; divide limb from limb; rip or cut in pieces; dilacerate.
    • To remove of users or constituent parts; sever and distribute the elements of; take a part or parts from: as, to dismember a kingdom.
    • To withdraw or exclude from account, as of a society or human anatomy; declare to-be no longer a part.
    • Synonyms and
    • To disjoint, pull part, split up.
    • To separate the members of; divide limb from limb; tear or cut in pieces; dilacerate.
    • To strip of people or constituent components; sever and distribute the parts of; take a component or components from: as, to dismember a kingdom.
    • To withdraw or exclude from membership, since a society or body; declare to be no more an associate.
    • Synonyms and
    • To disjoint, pull a component, split up.
    • to split up the members of; divide limb from limb; tear or cut in pieces; dilacerate.
    • To remove of users or constituent parts; sever and circulate the elements of; take a component or parts from: as, to dismember a kingdom.
    • To withdraw or exclude from account, at the time of a society or human body; declare is not an associate.
    • Synonyms and
    • To disjoint, pull a part, break up.

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