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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Mikel decided to hide the news from his teammates and coach so as not to destabilize the team and went ahead and played the game in Russia, the midfielder said in a statement released by his management company on Tuesday.
China’s continued militarization of disputed features in the South China Sea only serve to raise tensions and destabilize the region.
Venezuela’s implosion and Nicaragua’s misrule and growing violence threaten to reverse this progress and destabilize the region.
Seeking to destabilize Wendy, Taylor also puts the onus on Axe Capital’s downfall on Wendy.
So humor destabilizes authoritarians’ views of themselves, as well as the public perception.
But lava could destabilize a well and release more.
The doors are closed in the winter to keep the tunnels warmer and prevent the freezing and thawing that can destabilize the limestone rock inside.
School of the Americas alumni have destabilized Guatemala, El Salvador and dozens of other countries.
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DESTABILIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of destabilize for English Language Learners
: to cause (something, such as a government) to be unable to continue existing or working in the usual or desired way : to make (something) unstable
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