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 two stuck with the program after it was disbanded and reinstated in 2015 and are back as senior leaders.
That group was disbanded under Trump’s March order.
Before the end of the week, both the manufacturing council and the president's Strategy & Policy Forum had been disbanded.
The Domestic Terrorism Executive Committee, a task force created by the Justice Department after the Oklahoma City bombing, was disbanded in the aftermath of Sept. 11 when the focus turned to foreign threats.
By Wednesday, a dozen or so of the business leaders who had bolstered Trump’s credibility in his first weeks in office, and were to serve as the lynchpin of his tax-reform campaign, decided to disband their advisory councils in protest.
In the past week, Trump has disbanded several of his advisory councils, halting plans for his Council on Infrastructure and putting an end to the Manufacturing Council and the Strategy and Policy Forum, as business leaders began to drop out.
The marchers disbanded after skirmishes with counter-protestors.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of disband
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Definition of disband for English Language Learners
: to end an organization or group (such as a club)
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