[ UK /dɪsɹˈʌptɪv/ ]
[ US /dɪsˈɹəptɪv/ ]
  1. characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination
    effects of the struggle will be violent and disruptive
    riotous times
    these troubled areas
    a turbulent and unruly childhood
    the tumultuous years of his administration
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How To Use disruptive In A Sentence

  • It's natural that transitions to new technology may be somewhat disruptive, and there are several methods companies use to navigate these rough waters.
  • Two samples of disruptive phenomena: contorsion and segmentalisation Chapter 4
  • A private company has been handed the task of taking Scotland's most disruptive and disturbed state school pupils and educating them away from home.
  • It seems appropriate therefore that disruptive pupils have full access to the curriculum which requires that schools acknowledge this in their planning.
  • Their action begins a disruptive process that adds organisational turbulence to existing uncertainty. Times, Sunday Times
  • She's only been to 2 classes so far but he's apparently already showing signs of being unteachable and is very disruptive to the other dogs. AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR
  • Embracing the new orthodoxy with almost catechistic devotion, they insisted on the importance of construing each constitutional provision according to the presumed intentions of the Framers, no matter how disruptive or radical the consequences might be. Rehnquist the Great?
  • Check the wiring and the plumbing too, as these are the most expensive and disruptive jobs to take on. The Sun
  • effects of the struggle will be violent and disruptive
  • Such explanations fail to acknowledge the possibility that schools may a responsible for creating and sustaining disruptiveness.
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