When a big cache of weapons is inbound, rival outfits often gang together to disperse the load among their safe houses.
Iranian police forces have begun harsher crackdowns on protests, using tear gas to disperse crowds.
When they became too large for us to arrest and disperse we began firing over the crowd or at unoccupied buildings nearby.
At Growing Generations you put that money in a trust account and they disperse it for you as the expenses come in.
At about 11 p.m. State Police started flying a helicopter over the scene, ordering the crowds to disperse.
We must protect and disperse our striking forces and increase their readiness for instant reaction.
She seeks out Violet just as they are beginning to disperse.
The other servants were dismissed with a princely gratuity, and told to disperse two days after our departure.
This gave the remains of the company time to disperse and run back.
If he is a credit to that uniform he may, single-handed, disperse a mob.
disperse dis·perse (dĭ-spûrs')
v. dis·persed, dis·pers·ing, dis·pers·es
To cause to separate and move in different directions; scatter.
To cause to vanish or disappear.