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synonyms for demobilize

  • disarm
  • disband
  • withdraw
  • disperse
  • retire
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How to use demobilize in a sentence

The criminal justice system’s demobilizing effects are different than either of these two features of our political system.
HOW BROKEN POLICING IS BREAKING OUR DEMOCRACYZACK BEAUCHAMPAPRIL 23, 2021VOX
She must demobilize existing air forces within two months and surrender aviation material.
WORLD'S WAR EVENTS, VOLUME IIIVARIOUS
Russia would not demobilize her armies under a German threat.
A SCHOOL HISTORY OF THE GREAT WARALBERT E. MCKINLEY, CHARLES A. COULOMB, AND ARMAND J. GERSON
Therefore, on July 31 we demanded that Russia demobilize, this being the only measure which could save the peace of Europe.
NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY: THE EUROPEAN WAR FROM THE BEGINNING TO MARCH 1915, VOL 1, NO. 2VARIOUS
In England your weakness is that if you are ordered to demobilize men by classes, you'll do it.
GENERAL BRAMBLEANDR MAUROIS
A similar disregard for the sovereign rights of greater States was shown in the demand that Russia should demobilize her forces.
NEW YORK TIMES, CURRENT HISTORY, VOL 1, ISSUE 1VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO DEMOBILIZE

  • conciliate
  • cripple
  • deactivate
  • debilitate
  • deescalate
  • demilitarize
  • demobilize
  • disable
  • disband
  • disqualify
  • incapacitate
  • invalidate
  • neutralize
  • occupy
  • pacify
  • paralyze
  • prostrate
  • skin
  • strip
  • subdue
  • subjugate
  • unarm
  • weaken
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.