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Dissolution

Pronunciation of Dissolution
/d_ˌɪ_s_ə_l_ˈuː_ʃ_ə_n/, /dˌɪsəlˈuːʃən/, /dˌɪsəlˈuːʃən/

Antonyms for dissolution

greater part, soup, fraternization, tieup, out-fit, coming together, question, thickening, lions share, uni sons, combo, agglutinations, founding, agglutination, coadunations, greater parts, ordering, improvement, banding together, assemblage, jellifications, mass, incorporation, consortium, unitings, inspissations, Coadunation, mergings, symbiosis, out fit, ratification, un ionization, legitimation, life, consortia, Gelatination, thickenings, unification, out fits, blendings, charterings, soups, tiein, construction, commandment, curdlings, birth, attachment, validation, inter-courses, start, problem, commencement, great deal, sanctioning, legislation, solution, mergences, legalization, embolism, rise, Incrassation, Embolisms, existence, inter course, gelatinations, formalization, connection, un-ionization, unionization, tie in, inter courses, introduction, fraternizations, authorization, congelations, uni-son, incrassations, approval, combination, in-corporations, institution, staples, Melding, legitimization, camarillas, affiliation, coalescence, uni son, origination, everything but kitchen sink, permission, un-ionizations, coming togethers, conjunction, establishment, creation, in corporation, fusion, un ionizations, camarilla, prescription, meldings, inter-course, union, coalescences, congelation, combos, lion share, mandating, unionizations, everything but kitchen sinks, great deals, in-corporation, passing, clearance, uni-sons, jellification, beginning, opening, nativity, aggregation, endorsement, caseations, Caseation, coagulation, mergence, growth, joinings, banding togethers, development, link, curdling, trouble, addings, enactment, linkage, inspissation, in corporations, Symbioses, out-fits, tie up.

Usage examples for dissolution

  1. 128. " The deity, indeed, I think," said Socrates, " and the idea itself of life, and if anything else is immortal, must be allowed by all beings to be incapable of dissolution." – Apology, Crito, and Phaedo of Socrates by Plato
  2. The death of a partner causes a dissolution. – Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman by Albert Sidney Bolles
  3. They may have been removed there from the abbey for safety at the time of the dissolution. – Yorkshire Painted And Described by Gordon Home

Rhymes for dissolution

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