disperse

[ dih-spurs ]SEE DEFINITION OF disperse

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPERSE

Once afoot, it was not long before the company began to disperse.

A little later the crowd at the swimming place began to disperse.

"There's one point we almost overlooked," said Frank, just as the chums were about to disperse.

They lift up their hands to disperse the grains of the sand-storm.

They say to hit the waterspout in the centre where it joins the other from below will disperse it.

He stood on the roof then, watching the crowd begin to disperse.

Go and say I'll give them three minutes to hand over Todd and disperse.

He might perhaps have dispersed the Assembly; he could not disperse debt and deficit.

The enemy may be still excubant: and we had better not disperse till daylight.

The assembly, terrified by the angry, tumultuous scene, began to disperse.

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