disintegrate[ dis-in-tuh-greyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disintegrate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISINTEGRATE
That is the point at which families innumerable have begun to disintegrate.
They didn't just disintegrate when peace broke out, that was for sure.
When I die my cherished soul will disintegrate into nothing.
Cal wondered whether the orders to disintegrate had been a bluff.
About the time a man begins to vote, he begins to disintegrate.
But after a time the little group seemed to disintegrate into pairs.
He's not very solid, yet, I suppose, and I might disintegrate him.
We only state that Skippy, in his inexperience, began morally to disintegrate.
Even this emergency John Bull's military system did not disintegrate.
In other cases they are said to disintegrate after their work is done.