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
At one point, the team was nearly disbanded, and Byford and other diehard fans were personally supporting individual players.
The caravan disbanded after the Mexican government offered humanitarian visas to those who wanted to apply for asylum in Mexico, as others proceeded to the U.S.-Mexico border.
And his administration disbanded the council a few days later.
While in the long-term the culture of biennially downing tools may need disbanding, their subsequent wholehearted willingness to embrace a new manager's methods has got to be appealing.
Sativa has already successfully fended off two other attempts to disband it.
The administration also disbanded advisory labor-management forums at federal agencies created in the Obama era to foster dialogue.
The group disbanded after Pantera’s final album, which was released in 2000, and lead singer Phil Anselmo formed a new band called Superjoint Ritual.
But the committee’s work was abruptly halted at an October meeting as commission chairwoman Ariel Marzouca-Jaunai and vice chairwoman Jacqueline Massey Greene voted to disband it and name the commission to oversee the creation of bylaws.
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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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