disruptive

[ dis-ruhp-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF disruptive

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Which tendency is it that is acting as the present disruptive force in Europe?

But its tendency when applied to governmental machinery is disruptive.

The disruptive forces, however, may be easily overestimated.

This disruptive coloration seems to be directly associated with the pebble-bottom, stream-inhabiting tadpoles.

Until the latter year it was purely a revolutionary movement, attracting to itself all the disruptive elements of its time.

The brush is the next form of disruptive discharge which I shall consider.

The brush form of disruptive discharge may be obtained not only in air and gases, but also in much denser media.

The disruptive power of tree roots, growing in the crevices of rocks, is well known.

Any theory of a disruptive, hurly-burly aspect is grist to the mill of Futurism.

This sudden discharge is said to be disruptive, and it is accompanied by a flash of light and a loud report.

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