Examples of disband in a Sentence
They've decided to disband the club.
The members of the organization have decided to disband.
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The Legislature briefly considered disbanding the department and parceling out its responsibilities to other agencies.
In August, in the wake of Charlottesville’s far-right rally, Plank joins a mass defection of business tycoons from the president’s American Manufacturing Council, which Trump soon disbands.
In 2015, Smith asked for permission to attend Premier Basketball Camp in Dixon, Ill., to try out for the Continental Basketball Association, which disbanded in 2009.
In an interview with The Washington Post in October, Abadi said the militias must either join the formal Iraqi security forces or disband and separate their political and military activities.
The sport had returned in 1964 after being disbanded there in 1954.
Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State left the 62-year-old Central Collegiate Hockey Association, which soon disbanded.
The accountability board was disbanded last year and replaced with the Ethics Commission and Elections Commission.
Some college frats have been disbanded for less harsh initiations than the one the Browns new GM received Sunday.
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