verb (used with object), de·mon·e·tized, de·mon·e·tiz·ing.
Related formsde·mon·e·ti·za·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for demonetization
The House or the Senate, I 've forgotten which, had passed the demonetization bill.
They 've passed the demonetization bill, the president 's going to sign it, and you ain't got a job.'
None whatever; in fact, something of the same sort was heard in Europe at the time of the demonetization of gold.If Not Silver, What?|John W. Bookwalter
And so it was that our cotton planters, by the demonetization of silver, were placed alongside the barbarous people of India.
Her income and creditor classes are daily in receipt of an unearned increment to their wealth by reason of that demonetization.