disrupt[ dis-ruhpt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disrupt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISRUPT
This truth need not, and will not, disrupt any happy marriages.
By this he attempted to disrupt the organic life of the country and of the army.
It means a fight to disrupt the National and the American Leagues.
Why they had been able to 'disrupt' the Earth ships instruments.
Schismatic or seditious—tending to disrupt the unity of the Church.
Their job was to try and get information, and also to disrupt our own work here.
We have to disrupt the light and scanning and ventilation systems, for instance.
I have done nothing that could disrupt the party or weaken our vote in this district.
White expects to disrupt Black's Pawns, and thus make them weak.
Might disrupt the company, in fact, if he sticks to the position he took this morning.