Examples of disband in a Sentence
They've decided to disband the club.
The members of the organization have decided to disband.
Recent Examples of disband from the Web
The band, which disbanded after 1995’s Over and Out, has reunited only here and there over the past decade or so, so this is most definitely a special occasion.
Since the Big East disbanded and realignment left UConn on the outside of college athletics' most basic power structure, the university has made several attempts to gain membership in one of the NCAA's most high-profile, and lucrative, conferences.
The current NASL had its own financial issues, nearly disbanding last winter before Sehgal and the remaining owners stabilized the operation.
Everything except disbanding the Warriors seems to be on the table.
The company was disbanded last year, according to corporate registration paperwork filed in Florida.
The congregation recently voted to disband at the end of the summer and has sold the property, at 4805 W 67th St., to the city of Prairie Village.
Mainstream conservatives went completely bananas and, to her discredit, then-DHS Secretary Donna Shalala killed the report, apologized to various veterans groups, and disbanded the unit within her department that had done the research.
The rebels disbanded and fled, but 47 men were apprehended and placed on trial.
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Origin and Etymology of disband
Middle French desbander, from des- dis- + bande band
First Known Use: 1591See Words from the same year
DISBAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disband for English Language Learners
: to end an organization or group (such as a club)
DISBAND Defined for Kids
Definition of disband for Students
: to break up and stop being a group
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