OTHER WORDS FROM demobilizede·mo·bi·li·za·tion [dee-moh-buh-lahy-zey-shuhn] /diˌmoʊ bə laɪˈzeɪ ʃən/ especially British, de·mo·bi·li·sa·tion, noun
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This conflicts with statements delivered to the press on behalf of OSN which suggested the operation was demobilized last April.The secret police: After protests around George Floyd’s murder ended, a police system for watching protesters kept going|Sam Richards, Tate Ryan-Mosley|March 17, 2022|MIT Technology Review
It remains uncertain if Russia will demobilize its forces on its own, if a diplomatic settlement can be reached that would persuade the country not to invade, or if an invasion will proceed regardless.The tanks, rockets, and other weapons that Russia has in its arsenal|Kelsey D. Atherton|February 17, 2022|Popular-Science
The criminal justice system’s demobilizing effects are different than either of these two features of our political system.How broken policing is breaking our democracy|Zack Beauchamp|April 23, 2021|Vox
But this week, even as a new cabinet was sworn in, the Houthis showed no signs of honoring their commitment to demobilize.Yemen’s a Model All Right—For Disaster|Michael Shank , Casey Harrity|November 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She must demobilize existing air forces within two months and surrender aviation material.World's War Events, Volume III|Various
Russia would not demobilize her armies under a German threat.A School History of the Great War|Albert E. McKinley, Charles A. Coulomb, and Armand J. Gerson
Therefore, on July 31 we demanded that Russia demobilize, this being the only measure which could save the peace of Europe.
In England your weakness is that if you are ordered to demobilize men by classes, you'll do it.General Bramble|Andr Maurois
A similar disregard for the sovereign rights of greater States was shown in the demand that Russia should demobilize her forces.