Break up, over, splitsville, solo, single, split up, separate, end, part, finish, dumped, jilted, falling out, moving on, unaccompanied, solitary, unattached, lone ranger, unbound, emancipated, released, deserted, unaided, on your own, by yourself, single handed, uncommitted, casual, informal, solitary, divided, disconnected, depart, leave, left, goodbye, farewell, adieu, detach, fracture, disrupt, escape, demote, fail, give up, cancel, invalidate, cracked, dispersed, changed, interrupt, discontinue, weaken, pause, interval, sever, cut ties, decline to continue, need space, fault, scattered, isolate, disappoint, disband, dispel, give the bounce, axed, disjointed, disassociate, secede, dissolve, disintegrate, splinter, intermission, throw away, stop, take time out, disassemble, modify, destroy, destruct, sever, adjourn, cease, terminate, stop, atomise, put asunder, decompose, disunion, estrangement, bisect, brawl, swan song, unfathomable, de-domiciling*, away, distant, independent, alone.
Interesting how inadequate language can be, when you’re looking for a little meaning.
*De-domiciling. De-domiciling? You’re kidding, right? Lawd. What strange, verbose little people we can be.