OTHER WORDS FROM destabilizede·sta·bi·li·za·tion, noun
How to use destabilize in a sentence
Corliss knew that big waterfalls can create enough air turbulence to destabilize a parachute, but he was 23 years old at the time, relatively new to the sport and driven by hungers and agonies he hadn’t begun to name.What’s Wrong with Jeb’s Brain?|Daniel Duane|November 18, 2020|Outside Online
Political misinformation destabilizes the foundations of democracy, causing people to lose trust in democratic processes, information providers and, ultimately, one another.Five election misinformation campaigns to avoid resharing|By Starbird, West, & DiResta/The Conversation|November 6, 2020|Popular-Science
You can end up with a future where the solar system destabilizes, flinging planets into the sun.We Never Know Exactly Where We’re Going in Outer Space - Issue 92: Frontiers|Caleb Scharf|November 4, 2020|Nautilus
This process is the mirror image of a consumer transition that has destabilized traditional dental revenues.
While the industry has made an impressive recovery in recent months from a staggering 93% business downturn during the shutdown, these circumstances, they say, have only just begun to destabilize the industry.
“They all have one objective: destabilization in order to ‘prepare’ for the elections in autumn,” he said.Is This Putin’s Next Target?|Josh Rogin|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“This request went in right after the Russians seized Crimea before the destabilization campaign in the east started,” he said.U.S. Waited Months to Send Ukraine Spare Tires|Eli Lake|May 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the apparent climb-down may be more of a pause than a retreat in the progressive destabilization of the Kiev government.A Putin Climb-Down on Ukraine?|Igor Kossov|May 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The subsequent destabilization of working-class social life likewise varies from country to country.Is the White Working Class Coming Apart?|David Frum|February 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They see this process as one in which destabilization of the existing order is not only necessary but inevitable.The New World Disorder|Joshua Cooper Ramo|April 7, 2009|DAILY BEAST