dismantled

[ US /dɪsˈmænəɫd, dɪsˈmæntəɫd/ ]
[ UK /dɪsmˈɑːntə‍ld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. torn down and broken up
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How To Use dismantled In A Sentence

  • Police claim to have dismantled 12 networks of traffickers so far this year. Times, Sunday Times
  • The equipment had to be dismantled and reassembled at each new location.
  • Oh, these professionals!" ingeminated Captain Pond again, eyeing the breach and the dismantled married quarters. Merry-Garden and Other Stories
  • Cake/dessert, or sweetmeat baskets are extremely popular and apart from the converted liners already mentioned, dismantled epergnes and converted goblets are the two most common deceptions.
  • You had to rebush the rod if the slack was excessive, or rebore the big end if it was split - all of which you hoped could be deferred until the entire affair had to be dismantled for white-lead testing.
  • The turbines would have a lifespan of 25 years and after that period would be decommissioned and dismantled.
  • Chris dismantled the bike in five minutes.
  • BRITAIN'S air pollution monitoring network could be dismantled under government plans to remove the obligation on councils to produce detailed reports on local air quality. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Coalbrookdale Company had smelted its last iron in the area by 1821, and that year had dismantled the Resolution steam engine that pumped water up the dale to power the furnace bellows.
  • The writer's body finds itself dismantled, brutalised, shook up, helpless, useless puppet, prey to disorganised ideas.
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