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verb as in undercut

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This process could have led to the water getting warmer, destabilizing the adjacent ice sheet.

The current challenges around cloud migration focus on application readiness, risk of destabilizing the legacy environment, cost implications, and security implications of different cloud technologies.

In the past, carbon dioxide from fires would be reabsorbed when plants regrew in subsequent years, but 2019’s fire emissions rose, potentially destabilizing that balance.

From Vox

Zuri Williams said the disruption destabilized Zora Williams’ academic career.

They believe that every detainee has actively resisted and is part of an organization whose sole aim is to “destabilize the situation in the country.”

From Ozy

The lies are just the latest attempt to destabilize a fractured country.

I believe that Iranian TV wishes to destabilize my family, who live in a small town.

Now they are in Donetsk region, many paid by Yanukovych, who is still dreaming to destabilize life in Ukraine.

A campaign to destabilize the country has escalated rapidly this year.

Putin will seek to intimidate, apply pressure and destabilize.

To convince the West of the quality of its wares, China demonstrates its capacity to destabilize in various corners of the world.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to destabilize, such as: diminish, lessen, thwart, undermine, damage, and foil.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.