verb (used with object), dis·bursed, dis·burs·ing.
Origin of disburse
Examples from the Web for disburse
Life-saving vaccines for those illnesses and others are—without enough medical workers to disburse them—going unused.
The fund would then disburse the money based on a formula, providing regular payments until the endowment is exhausted.One National Compassion Fund for All of America’s Tragedies|David Freedlander|March 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A caretaker administration could work with European leaders and disburse the next tranche of bailout money.
Additionally, only the government will disburse federal student loans, instead of using banks as middleman.
In order to set yourself up with the needful apparatus, you will have to disburse about five shillings.
For should his gentleman fail to disburse he could always return Sir Oliver to shore.The Sea-Hawk|Raphael Sabatini
For this purpose he should be ex officio a member of all committees required to receive and disburse funds.Organizing and Building Up the Sunday School|Jesse Lyman Hurlbut
Regularly rationed and supplied with tobacco, they wait cheerfully till the military chest is in condition to disburse arrears.
Lane was to receive and disburse all moneys, and have general charge of the business matters of the concern.Jim Spurling, Fisherman|Albert Walter Tolman