Meaning of divorcement in English:

divorcement

Pronunciation /dɪˈvɔːsm(ə)nt/

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noun

See divorce

‘Once they have reached an agreement on rearing any children, property, debts and so on, they can get the bill of divorcement on the same day.’
  • ‘Your life is married to the political beyond the possibility of divorcement.’
  • ‘The campaigners sought the divorcement of studios from their theatre chains, and in 1948 their wish was granted.’
  • ‘But it would mean the divorcement of credit from the money mechanism, the cessation of the use of credit instruments as media of exchange.’
  • ‘All underscored the importance of the Supreme Court's divorcement decrees in 1948 that forced studio corporations to sell their theaters.’