Apart from (the rest); not connected to or attached to (anything else). (adjective)
Not together (with); not united (to). (adjective)
To divide (a thing) into separate parts. (verb)
To cause (things or people) to be separate. (verb)
To divide itself into separate pieces or substances. (verb)
Anything that is sold by itself, especially an article of clothing. (noun)
Examples of word separate
In connection with this fracture, reference must be made to a condition frequently met with, in which the epiphysial portion of the acromion is found to be separate from the body of the process -- _separate acromion_.
"He was holy, harmless, undefiled, and separate from sinners:" not _separate_ in the sense of not eating and drinking with them, of not associating and conversing with them; but separate in the sense that he was not, like them, a transgressor of the law of
Purchas having considered some of the ships belonging to _single_ adventurers or subscriptions, which made separate voyages or parts of voyages, as _separate_ adventures.
The headlessee argued that they were not, because the headlease of the upper parts was not a lease "of a separate dwelling" but of many Âseparate dwellings.
Of course, there's pride, and then there's pride, and most people seem better able than me to keep the sin separate from the normal human emotion.