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Sentence count:169+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-14Updated:2016-12-14
Synonym: break upcut offinterruptSimilar words: abruptruptureinterruptcorruptionIsraeliup togear upstir upMeaning: [dɪs'rʌpt] v. 1. make a break in 2. throw into disorder 3. interfere in someone else's activity. 
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(1) The war seemed likely to disrupt the state.
(2) The government will not seek to disrupt the legitimate business activities of the defendant.
(3) They tried to disrupt communications between the two headquarters.
(4) The attacks are designed to disrupt plans for the elections.
(5) A stroke can disrupt the supply of oxygen to the brain.
(6) Long-haul flights can seriously disrupt your biological clock.
(7) The protesters have no God-given right to disrupt the life of the city.
(8) Climate change could disrupt the agricultural economy.
(9) Other strategies use natural chemicals called pheromones to disrupt insect reproduction.
(10) Comets and carbonaceous asteroids of the appropriate energy disrupt too high, whereas typical iron objects reach and crater the terrestrial surface.
(11) The charged particles produced by flares can disrupt communications and present hazards to spacecraft and astronauts.
(12) Children who disrupt lessons at school take up a disproportionate amount of the teacher's time.
(13) People throw bricks, fight cops, disrupt Sunday services in churches, and spill blood all over the floor.
(14) And it helps to disrupt their lives.
(15) Also, the menstrual cycle of women can seriously disrupt fluid levels, causing in some cases increases of several pounds.
(16) The measures proposed would disrupt the entire state museum system, and would threaten museum collections.
(17) His objective was to permanently disrupt patient community life.
(18) The construction works on the tunnel would disrupt one of the colony's main breeding grounds.
(19) I refuse to hear anything that might disrupt my own plans.
(20) The quarrels of the different political parties seemed likely to disrupt the state.
(21) Will the West use its influence to maintain the status quo and not disrupt the flow of oil?
(22) An Oedipal situation between one child and its parent may disrupt the whole complex of relationships within the family.
(23) The bomber in Vallejo, police said, was part of a plot to disrupt the criminal justice system there.
(24) At the least, President Reagan's plans of involving the private sector could disrupt this system.
(25) Students would have been in the position of enlightening the faculty, and that would disrupt the existing hierarchy.
(26) Harriet slept so soundly that even her stentorian snoring did not disrupt her slumber.
(27) Environmentalists fear that, if completed, the hydro-electric dam will severely disrupt the Danube ecosystem.
(28) The Prince is rather easier to keep tabs on, but there is always the unforeseen to disrupt even the best-laid plans.
(29) It does not belong to the basic harmony, which it tends to disrupt.
(30) Korzhakov and his allies may have the resources to disrupt the peace, and with it the election, if they choose.
More similar words: abruptruptureinterruptcorruptionIsraeliup togear upstir uptear upcover upclear upbutter upcheer upup to nowlimber upadd up tocome up toenter uponlead up tolook up toface up tostand up toup to datelive up toscrupulousvoluptuousmeasure up todiscdiskdish
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