disband

[ dis-band ]SEE DEFINITION OF disband

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISBAND

The only course left was to disband the regiment, which was done.

When Scott had finished his inspection the men started to disband.

The War Office had decided to disband the garrison and remove its guns!

Governor Johnson issued a proclamation to them to disband and disperse.

Why does Sabat Jung so earnestly desire me to disband my troops?

These granted, we doubt little but that the insurgents will disband.

It was now in his power to dismiss his allies, and disband his army.

It became practicable to disband part of the English forces.

Sultan Selim knew they were harmful to the Empire, and intended to disband them.

On October 10 he signed an engagement to disband his forces.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISBAND

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