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synonyms for dispersing

  • break up
  • circulate
  • diffuse
  • disappear
  • disband
  • discharge
  • dislodge
  • dispel
  • dissipate
  • dissolve
  • scatter
  • separate
  • spray
  • spread
  • vanish
  • banish
  • besprinkle
  • broadcast
  • deal
  • disburse
  • dismiss
  • disseminate
  • eject
  • intersperse
  • partition
  • propagate
  • radiate
  • rout
  • scramble
  • shed
  • sow
  • strew
  • cast forth
  • divvy
  • dole out
  • measure out
  • send off
  • split up
  • take off in all directions
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antonyms for dispersing

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  • accumulate
  • appear
  • arrive
  • collect
  • gather
  • marry
  • unite
  • hide
  • hold
  • keep
  • welcome
  • arrange
  • assemble
  • garner
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How to use dispersing in a sentence

But, the long, art-filled passageways keep crowds dispersed.
YOU HAVE UNTIL NOV. 22 TO VISIT THESE SIX SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS. HERE’S WHAT TO EXPECT.KELSEY ABLESNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
“If you’re a toad on an island and there’s nowhere to disperse to, then you don’t need to invest energy into getting these long gangly legs that let you jump straight for days on end, because there’s nowhere to go,” Baxter-Gilbert says.
GUTTURAL TOADS SHRANK BY A THIRD AFTER JUST 100 YEARS ON TWO ISLANDSJAKE BUEHLERNOVEMBER 19, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Before dispersing from the studio, Pohorski and Vondrak estimated they had between 50 and 60 percent of the voice over work finalized.
‘CALL OF DUTY’ VOICE ACTORS SPENT THE SUMMER ON VIDEO CALLS LIKE THE REST OF USMIKE HUMENOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
If you see a house with a line of six families in front of it, it’s probably best to come back later after the crowd has dispersed.
HOW TO SAFELY CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN DURING COVID-19KATE BAGGALEYOCTOBER 29, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
A few weeks ago, while showing off the new Echo, Tom Taylor, Amazon senior vice president of Alexa, told Fortune that one of the reasons for the Echo’s redesign was to allow sound to better disperse through a room.
HERE’S WHAT AMAZON’S NEW ECHO SPEAKERS ARE LIKEJONATHANVANIAN2015OCTOBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
The two of us had a honeycomb in each hand before we heard the maintenance trucks arrive to disperse us with the bees.
FICTION: QUIET EARTH PHILOSOPHYKATIE MCLEANOCTOBER 21, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Before police can begin making unlawful assembly arrests, they must first declare a gathering to be unlawful and order crowd members to disperse.
NO UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY CHARGES SO FAR FOLLOWING DOZENS OF ARRESTSBRITTANY CRUZ-FEJERAN AND ASHLY MCGLONEOCTOBER 12, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Collectively, remotely dispersed smoke, though undetectable by satellites, creates as much dimming as the dense plumes from active wildfires.
WILDFIRE SMOKE TRAVELS FAR BUT NEVER REALLY DISAPPEARSJULIET GRABLEOCTOBER 7, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
It’s possible that some amount of asbestos would remain or could be dispersed in the course of doing the work, Aines says.
ASBESTOS COULD BE A POWERFUL WEAPON AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE (YOU READ THAT RIGHT)JAMES TEMPLEOCTOBER 6, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
She was charged with failure to disperse and interference with official acts and has pleaded not guilty.
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WORDS RELATED TO DISPERSING

  • dispersing
  • scattering
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