Examples of destabilize in a Sentence
The group hoped the assassination of the new President would destabilize the government.
Economists warn that the crisis could destabilize the nation's currency.
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The Saudi recommendations to Mr. Abbas could destabilize the fractious Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon, a senior Lebanese official said.
Steinhoff’s lack of credit could destabilize Mattress Firm, which is still rebranding some of its stores and introducing new product lines.
The problem stems from a chemical propellant designed to inflate the bag that can destabilize over time when exposed to high heat and humidity.
Cuts to health care spending are another factor, as is the likelihood of a tax overhaul in Washington that could further destabilize the state’s bottom line.
One possibility is that extraction could destabilize the sea floor and send sediment tumbling down the continental slope.
Those include Tehran’s ballistic missile program, support for Syrian President Bashar Assad, Lebanon’s Hezbollah movement and other groups that destabilize the region, including in Yemen.
Those include Tehran's ballistic missile program, support for Syrian President Bashar Assad, Lebanon's Hezbollah movement and other groups that destabilize the region, including in Yemen.
As tens of billions of dollars have headed offshore in recent years in search of foreign assets, Beijing has feared that a plunge in foreign-exchange reserves would destabilize China’s currency.
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