Antonyms for disbanded
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The regiment spent a few days in Pontefract and was then disbanded.
Having done so, he disbanded his army and returned home himself.
Arrived here he disbanded the allies, and led the city troops homewards.
Like Charles of Austria, he had disbanded his body-guard, and had retired to the cloister.
It would make some talk in the army, both the organised and the disbanded.
They would sooner be disbanded than abandon that tune; it is a part of their system.
I expect Woods and Makune, of the disbanded Portlands, here by noon.
As to the rescuing party, it disbanded less than an hour later.
Some of these were men from the crews of privateers that had disbanded, some were buccaneers.
Overcome by panic, the Romans fled and disbanded at the first encounter.