dispersal[ dih-spur-suh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF dispersal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPERSAL
Nature has provided seeds with many appendages which assist in their dispersal.
The only alternative is the breaking up of the camps and the dispersal of the women.
Cooper's story of that name dealt with the earlier period of their dispersal.
The great work of the plant is the production and dispersal of its seeds.
It is evident, therefore, that they have some natural means of dispersal.
The effect of these operations was the dispersal of Osman Digna's gathering.
This route may also be the means of dispersal for other species.
That is about the period when the seeds of the preceding year complete their dispersal.
"You don't understand, sir," the head of Dispersal explained.
Burton in a rage, indeed, was the signal for the dispersal of everybody.