noununcountable and countable
- secession (
fromsomething)secesión (feminine) or separación (feminine) ( dealgo)Example sentences
- Every Indian leader has feared that if Kashmir breaks away then it could set off other movements for secession from the Indian state.
- They are likely to fear that federalism might lead to secession.
- Thus some nationalism has involved movements that aim to break up existing states, through secession or fragmentation of various forms.
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