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Disband

Dis`band´
v. t.1.To loose the bands of; to set free; to disunite; to scatter; to disperse; to break up the organization of; especially, to dismiss from military service; as, to disband an army.
[imp. & p. p. Disbanded; p. pr. & vb. n. Disbanding.]
2.To divorce.
And therefore . . . she ought to be disbanded.
- Milton.
v. i.1.To become separated, broken up, dissolved, or scattered; especially, to quit military service by breaking up organization.
When both rocks and all things shall disband.
- Herbert.
Human society would in a short space disband.
- Tillotson.
Verb1.disband - cause to break up or function; "the principal disbanded the political student organization"
2.disband - stop functioning or cohering as a unit; "The political wing of the party dissolved after much internal fighting"
Synonyms: dissolve
break up, deactivate, debrief, decommission, demilitarize, demob, demobilize, detach, dichotomize, disarm, discharge, disintegrate, disjoin, disjoint, disorganize, dispel, disperse, dissect, dissever, dissipate, dissolve, disunite, diverge, divide, divorce, go separate ways, let go, muster out, part, part company, reconvert, release, retire, separate, sever, sheathe the sword, split up, sunder
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