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Separate and not related - thesaurus

Synonyms

separate

adjective

not together, or not joined to something else

unconnected

adjective

not related to each other

unrelated

adjective

not connected to each other

independent

adjective

not connected with or joined to anything else

stand-alone

adjective

not connected to anything else, or not depending on anything else

discrete

adjective

formal separate

fragmentary

adjective

made up of a lot of separate pieces that are not connected

be/have nothing to do with someone

used for saying that someone or something is not connected with or involved in a particular fact or situation

in isolation

if something is considered in isolation, it is considered separately from other similar things

satellite

noun

something that is controlled by a larger thing or that depends on a larger thing but is separate from it

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as distinct from

used for showing that you want to consider something separately from something else

in a vacuum

existing separately, or considered separately, from other people, events, or ideas, and not influenced by them

in splendid isolation

formal used for saying that someone or something is kept separate from other people or things in a way that makes them seem special

on neutral ground/territory

in a place that is not owned by or connected with anyone involved in a situation

separable

adjective

capable of being separated or seen as two different things

separate

adjective

not related

single

adjective

considered separately

singly

adverb

separately

tangential

adjective

very formal only slightly related to what you are doing, discussing, or thinking about

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the phenomenon by which an incompetent person is too incompetent to understand his own incompetence

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