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
Earlier this year the White House disbanded a controversial voter fraud commission amid infighting and lawsuits as state officials refused to cooperate.
Instead of traveling to the U.S. border as originally planned, the caravan will disband in Mexico City, after some of the hundreds of migrants request documents to stay in Mexico.
The group released two albums in the mid-2000s before O'Day was fired from the group in 2008, with Danity Kane eventually disbanding in 2009 and again in 2014.
At the beginning of this year, the Provisional Government started unraveling like a suit of the most inexpensive cut when legislators impeached Gov. Henry Smith, who responded by disbanding the Legislature.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the national force, disbanded its unit after the government stiffened the law in 2014.
In their interview, Gonzalez and Hogg called for disbanding the NRA, and for stricter gun control laws.
But Trump disbanded the commission this month in the midst of multiple lawsuits against it and resistance by states to turning over voter data.
Jim McNerney, the former CEO of Boeing, didn’t agree with disbanding the group, according to people on the call, yet agreed to go along with the decision.
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Origin and Etymology of disband
First Known Use: 1591See Words from the same year
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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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