disintegration

[ dis-in-tuh-grey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF disintegration
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISINTEGRATION

I should not have a rag of a feeling left, after my disintegration—with his—was complete.

Their posts were centers of disintegration among the savages.

My sunset World—all of it—is in process of change, of disintegration, of dissolution.

Mach says that disintegration takes place in times of peace.

The disintegration of his party was as complete as the collapse of its issues.

The disintegration of the radium atom, making helium and lead and energy.

The seeds are released only by the disintegration of the fallen cone.

Prosperity is a form of disintegration—a ripening of the fruit.

The disintegration that will crumble our enemies has already begun.

These factors go with a state of growing discontent and disintegration.

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