verb (used with object), dis·sem·bled, dis·sem·bling.
verb (used without object), dis·sem·bled, dis·sem·bling.
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WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH dissembledisassemble, dissemble
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Example sentences from the Web for dissemble
It took German soldiers just 36 hours and 27 crates to dissemble the entire chamber and ship it to a castle in Königsberg.
Three days into the life of the fledgling country and separatists dissemble on how far advanced they are in state making.
Instead of too big to fail, they embrace the unfettered right to cheat and dissemble.
But it apparently made it easier for Pentagon officials to dissemble about them.
It would not be the same house; we should have to dissemble; I saw myself speaking English the long day through.Margaret Ogilvy|J. M. Barrie
The Minister was too old, and too passionate by nature, to hide his feelings; he no longer cared to dissemble them.The conquest of Rome|Matilde Serao
It smote him with horror and anger; but he was much too manly to betray these actual sentiments, and continued to dissemble.Rhoda Fleming, Complete|George Meredith
It may even be politic to dissemble a little, and pretend we rather enjoy it than otherwise.How to be Happy Though Married|E. J. Hardy.
Lady Byron, having once conceived a notion of Augustas guilt, would not change her opinion, and was far too honest to dissemble.Byron|Richard Edgcumbe