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detach
used in Interview with the Vampire

5 uses
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Definition
to separate something from something else (physically or emotionally)
  • "I saw as a— vampire," said —the vampire, his voice now slightly detached.
    Part 1 (11% in)
  • But what happened was simply that in my distaste for him I came to ignore and suspect him, and yet to study him with a detached fascination.
    Part 1 (22% in)
  • "Do you think that angels are detached?" asked the vampire.
    Part 1 (36% in)
  • The strong overpowering emotions of detached persons in whom emotion and will are one," he said finally.
    Part 1 (37% in)
  • But there he was, soundless, beyond the curtained entrance of the box, that vampire with the auburn hair, that detached one; standing on the carpeted stairway looking at us.
    Part 3 (20% in)

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