Similar words: dissipate, emancipation, participation, dissertation, occupation, exculpation, occupational, preoccupation. Meaning: [‚dɪsɪ'peɪʃn] n. 1. breaking up and scattering by dispersion 2. dissolute indulgence in sensual pleasure 3. useless or profitless activity; using or expending or consuming thoughtlessly or carelessly.
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1 Years of dissipation had ruined his health.
2 She was enervated from dissipation.
3 He abjured his religion/his life of dissipation.
4 Or would it produce delay and dissipation of resources?
5 Don't permit yourself in dissipation.
6 Conrad lived a life of luxury and dissipation.
7 Asymptotic orbital stability provides one route of dissipation.
8 A heavy coat makes heat dissipation difficult.
9 From the destruction and the dissipation of energy,[www.Sentencedict.com] more complex forms came into being.
10 Hence the viscous dissipation is associated with high wavenumbers; i.e. it is brought about by small eddies.
11 Ill health removed the pleasures of dissipation for him, and there was nothing to assuage his guilt and regret.
12 At Eschede the almost instantaneous dissipation of kinetic energy was bound to cause massive damage.
13 Low dissipation factor, high ripple current.
14 Her face was a revelation of age and dissipation.
15 The prepolymerization of bismaleimide can increase dielectric loss dissipation.
16 He'd ruined his constitution by drink and dissipation.
17 Small dissipation factor at high frequency.
18 Features: heat dissipation, and high thermal efficiency.
19 Super heat dissipation, small linear temperature coefficient.
20 My only dissipation is angling.
21 He ran the whole gamut of dissipation.
22 The frictional dissipation will introduce an exponential decay.
23 Features: Low collector saturation voltage, high power dissipation.
24 The study results showed that this dissipator energy dissipation.
25 Air convection design, heat dissipation quickly, long life.
26 She burned herself out with a life of aimless dissipation.
27 His slack, slaked face seemed about to drop off with sheer gravity of dissipation.
28 It was as if Gillray's avaricious monarch was more of an affront than the voluptuary suffering from the horrors of dissipation.
29 Alfred Molina's Shannon comes over as an assemblage of mannerisms rather than a man whose behaviour arises from dissipation and anguish.
30 But pop sets itself against nature and abandons wisdom for folly, moments of dissipation.
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