verb as in scatter
verb as in split
verb as in split up
verb as in break up
verb as in disunite
verb as in deactivate
verb as in disarm
verb as in disintegrate
verb as in dismiss
verb as in disorganize
verb as in dispel
verb as in disperse
verb as in dissociate
The company, Electrek’s Fred Lambert wrote, has disbanded its PR department altogether, leaving no one to respond to press queries.
At first, the top guideline listed on the page said that the group would disband after the election.
The elite running team was ultimately disbanded last year after its head coach, Alberto Salazar, received a four-year suspension for doping violations.
Police were called to the man's home twice in one week, and he refused to disband the party on the second occasion, authorities said.
Since May, at least 11 cities have started the process of cutting police budgets or disbanding police departments altogether.
Odessa experts and politicians do not expect either camp to disband before the presidential elections in May.
After the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libyan leaders promised to quickly to disband militias.
Without jobs, it will be harder to persuade young men to give up their weapons and to disband their militias.
It will not be easy to persuade militias to disband with payback sentiments like those.
Without work, many militiamen will have little incentive to disband.
He is a groomsman; but the party disband to-morrow; only Miss Morris attending the young couple to their home up the country.
At once the friction in the women's club developed, till it seemed wise to disband it.
Col. Sumner ordered John Brown to give up his prisoners, and disband his men.
One of the chief reasons that juvenile clubs often disband for lack of interest is because nothing is laid out for them to do.
He was then sent back to formally disband the company, which he did July 28, and they were dishonorably discharged.
On this page you'll find 581 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disband, such as: discard, distribute, divide, fling, litter, and pour.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.