be disjoined

See: estrange
References in classic literature ?
After this cataract the Nile again collects its scattered stream among the rocks, which seem to be disjoined in this place only to afford it a passage.
Let A and B be disjoined sets in N, such that A [union] B = N.
Chinese consumers often relate this type of products with better safety and efficacy although what they expect and what they actually get might be disjoined.
Ordinal numerals, as well as cardinal numerals, can be disjoined to form DNEs, as in this sentence: