disorganize

[ dis-awr-guh-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF disorganize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISORGANIZE

Any of you ought to admit that Gulden's kind of work will disorganize a gang.

The advantage of prudes is that they disorganize the human race.

If we reject and spurn them, we do our utmost to disorganize and disperse them.

Few diseases can so disorganize a household and distress its members.

They're just going to disorganize me, conventionalize me completely.

The shock effect of the carriers had been enough to disorganize the aliens, but the battle was not over yet by a long shot.

The previous year of bloody and embittered conflict had gone far to disorganize the patriot army.

Therefore to neglect this part of our organism means to disorganize, to a large extent, the workings of all other parts.

SecondThe object of this propaganda is to disorganize the enemy army and to obtain information regarding it.

Presently, with a quick move, Mallow took the offensive, and tried to unsettle Dyck's poise and disorganize his battle-plan.

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