Definition of Divulsion
violent separation or tearing
Examples of Divulsion in a sentence
In medieval times, the divulsion of the human body was sometimes used as a means of execution, using horses and ropes to pull apart the victim.
It is difficult to divide a paper into two equal pieces through divulsion, as tearing it too violently makes it hard to be precise.
The divulsion of the curtain occurred when I slipped and grabbed a hold of it, ripping the fabric clean in half with little resistance.
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