dispersion[ dih-spur-zhuh n, -shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF dispersion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPERSION
Dispersion of the armament against Algiers by stress of weather.
His departure was the signal for the dispersion of the fleet.
Had a shell fallen on the table, the dispersion could not have been more instantaneous.
To continue his flight meant capture or dispersion of his forces.
They could not be as they are had no law regulated their creation and dispersion.
There was a Persian dispersion similar to that of the Israelites.
The young people of the family are gathering after the day's dispersion.
You are the strangers of the Dispersion, that you may be the messengers of the Evangelisation.
Moreover, in dispersion, and therefore in fire, it stands alone.
It took the form of dispersion for the sake of complete occupation.