verb (used with object), dis·sem·i·nat·ed, dis·sem·i·nat·ing.
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Origin of disseminate
OTHER WORDS FROM disseminatedis·sem·i·na·tion, noundis·sem·i·na·tive, adjectivedis·sem·i·na·tor, nounun·dis·sem·i·nat·ed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for disseminate
She has been charged with membership of a banned group and disseminating false news.Journalists faced new threats in 2020. These 10 and countless others deserve justice|lbelanger225|January 4, 2021|Fortune
As more countries move to authorize and disseminate vaccines, the end of the pandemic can feel tantalizingly close.How long will Covid-19 vaccines protect you from infection?|Katherine Ellen Foley|December 8, 2020|Quartz
The ambitious teacher will do all the more harm if he is not merely a bungler of real wisdom but a disseminator of false wisdom.Studies in the Epistle of James|A. T. Robertson
It is from her being the depository and disseminator of such a spirit, that woman's influence is principally derived.The Young Lady's Mentor|A Lady
Now don't tell me they're both anthropeds or pods, or whatever it is, because I'm onto you as a disseminator of knowledge!Left Guard Gilbert|Ralph Henry Barbour
The Times has published an indictment of the London plane-tree as a disseminator of disease.
Ben Chayim was the disseminator of that superficial method satisfied with formul instead of thoughts.History of the Jews, Vol. IV (of VI)|Heinrich Graetz