disseminate

[ dih-sem-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disseminate

Synonyms for disseminate | verbdistribute, scatter

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Antonyms for disseminate | verbdistribute, scatter

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I mention these to show the type of stuff Steele is willing to disseminate—if he is paid for it.

This is the fallacy the "System" spends millions every year to foster and disseminate.

And the mission of the Church is to disseminate that spirit.

She thought of an organ, to disseminate the Truth as it was in Mrs. Eddy.

They do not disseminate the little, outdated knowledge that they do possess.

Repeatedly, however, it had been suggested that it might disseminate disease.

It is the duty of the university to add to knowledge as well as to disseminate it.

The library is primarily to conserve and disseminate knowledge.

Leonard, my conscience will not permit me to disseminate a faith which knows no mercy.

And in the meantime Rome had begun to disseminate its heritage over Europe.

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