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disrupture

[ dis-ruhp-cher ]
/ dɪsˈrʌp tʃər /
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noun
interruption; disruption.
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Origin of disrupture

First recorded in 1775–85; disrupt + -ure
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How to use disrupture in a sentence

  • The moving spirit of the northern confederacy was, in effect, no more, and a brief negotiation ended in its total disrupture.

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