Synonyms for breakup
Antonyms for breakup
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BREAKUP
It was a picture of the breakup of the Outer Federation, and in some ways worse than the other wars.
If we get there before the breakup, we may cross on the ice.
Somehow or other she'd made it across Willow Brook and the breakup had kept her there.
They hadn't said much—because they had liked Rakhal—when the breakup came.
McNeil—or perhaps both he and Ashe—had survived the breakup of the raft, after all.
What is happening to us all is the breakup of the entire system.
The speaker, like most of us in this period of breakup following the Great War, was rather bewildered.
As it was the first breakup I had ever witnessed, the sight was most interesting and fascinating.
The next week, Andy finished his job with the Casmans and, just as Jud had predicted, the breakup followed.
All feasts come to an end at last, and the breakup of things was precipitated by alarming symptoms on the part of Master Punt.
also break-up, 1795, from verbal expression break up (mid-15c.), which was used originally of plowland, later of groups, assemblies, etc. Of things (also of marriages, relationships), "to disintegrate," from mid-18c. See break (v.) + up (adv.). Break it up as a command to stop a fight, etc., is recorded from 1936.