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 (dĭ-sō′shə-bəl, -shē-ə-bəl)
Capable of being dissociated; separable: To many, drugs and crime are not dissociable.

dis·so′cia·bil′i·ty n.
dis·so′cia·bly adv.
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Syntax, action verbs, action semantics, and object semantics in Parkinson's disease: Dissociability, progression, and executive influences.
Lecture: A Jungian perspective on the dissociability of the self and on the psychotherapy of the dissociative disorders.
While "an old prejudice in biology" had once favored the "perfect coordination" of the organism's parts as evidence of evolutionary superiority, the new view privileged the "dissociability" of its parts in the organismal mosaic (Gould 1977, 234).