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.
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
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.
This process is the mirror image of a consumer transition that has destabilized traditional dental revenues.
“They all have one objective: destabilization in order to ‘prepare’ for the elections in autumn,” he said.
“This request went in right after the Russians seized Crimea before the destabilization campaign in the east started,” he said.
But the apparent climb-down may be more of a pause than a retreat in the progressive destabilization of the Kiev government.
The subsequent destabilization of working-class social life likewise varies from country to country.
They see this process as one in which destabilization of the existing order is not only necessary but inevitable.