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verb as in break up

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Initially, Big Hit’s other artists “didn’t have much luck,” Herman said, after its girl group Glam disbanded and members of its boy band 2AM left.

Hospitals in the District, Maryland and Virginia never disbanded the covid-19 emergency preparedness teams they assembled this spring.

Frey was part of a 26-member scientific panel that advised the EPA on particulate pollution until Wheeler disbanded the group in 2018.

Months later, Banamex disbanded a unit of the bank that provided security to executives after discovering that employees had engaged in illegal activity by offering unauthorized services to outside parties.

From Fortune

Obianuju Iloanya, anti-police-brutality protester Nigerian protesters point out that the anti-robbery squad has been disbanded and renamed several times in recent years.

From Ozy

Yet the Grateful Dead live some 20 years after they disbanded thanks in large part to the viral success they pioneered.

As Winter Solider concluded, S.H.I.E.L.D. had been disbanded, and the fate of its remaining “good” agents remained unclear.

In March, he wrote that NED “should be disbanded immediately.”

By summer of 2005, ACT was running out of cash and disbanded.

They disbanded in 2002 when their leaders, including Christodoulos Xeros, were jailed.

The volunteers and guerilla battalions were consequently disbanded, not a day too soon for the tranquillity of the city.

He joined the army at the outbreak of the revolution, and continued in it until it was disbanded.

A few months later the regiment was disbanded, as the Dutch bought the peace they could not gain by arms.

The imperial army had to be disbanded—a most unpopular and thankless task, requiring both tact and firmness.

Four days later the House resolved to grant half-pay to the disbanded officers till they should be otherwise provided for.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disbanded, such as: destroy, dissolve, demobilize, disperse, fold, and scatter.

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