verb (used with object), dis·man·tled, dis·man·tling.
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Origin of dismantle
OTHER WORDS FROM dismantledis·man·tle·ment, noundis·man·tler, nounun·dis·man·tled, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for dismantle
Bless her heart, but Princess Diana really was and still is the ultimate distraction — naturally gifted at drawing attention, derailing dreams and dismantling the institutional narratives that surrounded her.The Charles and Diana saga weighs heavy on ‘The Crown,’ but Gillian Anderson’s Thatcher is a triumph|Hank Stuever|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
As I argued during the hearing, the enormous reach of social media across the globe means it is important that regulation not begin with dismantling Section 230 until a new policy is in place.Why social media can’t keep moderating content in the shadows|Bobbie Johnson|November 6, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Hundreds of attempts have been made to dismantle the Electoral College, yet all of them have failed.
A newly acquired type of Pikmin in one area can be brought back to another to break down an electric fence, or lift up a line of bamboo stakes, opening a path into an area with even more secrets to dismantle.‘Pikmin 3 Deluxe’ loses some of its original charm|Michael Thomsen|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
Data is not dismantled because, in the end, his human judges cannot agree on the significance of consciousness for moral standing.If a Robot Is Conscious, Is It OK to Turn It Off? The Moral Implications of Building True AIs|Anand Vaidya|October 28, 2020|Singularity Hub
Then came the dismantlement of Athens by Lysander and the dismemberment of the old democracy.Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol II of 2)|John Addington Symonds
There were three here now, all in advanced stages of dismantlement.
And there were three groundcars, all in various stages of breakdown or dismantlement.