Romney and Santorum are coming out of Michigan bruised—and detached from reality in the eyes of most voters.
Oshea: Being incarcerated for so long, you tend to get detached from real love from people.
When James tried to display his gratitude to the Cleveland fans, he was so detached as to seem dangerously medicated.
He likewise highlights this failing among a detached citizenry on the homefront.
The detached connotation: Military occupation also conveys a degree of detachment.
To Miss Grantham's detached and philosophic mind this conclusion, when she reflected on it, seemed extremely sound.
The sixth man was Scottie, who had long since been detached from the party.
It is found in large, detached masses of fine quality, five or six feet below the surface of the ground.
He said these words slowly, without emphasis, in almost a detached manner.
In later days this was the kitchen, but in olden times the kitchen was a detached building, and the slaves slept in the loft.
Standing apart from others; separate.
detach de·tach (dĭ-tāch')
v. de·tached, de·tach·ing, de·tach·es
To separate or unfasten; disconnect.
To remove from association or union with something.