verb (used with object), sab·o·taged, sab·o·tag·ing.
Origin of sabotage
Related formsun·sab·o·taged, adjective
Examples from the Web for sabotage
But was it necessary to try to sabotage her career and her book and spend hours of our own lives trying to make her life hell?It's Dangerous to Go Alone: Why Are Gamers So Angry?|Arthur Chu|August 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the Russian sabotage and provocation operations currently underway?
Why the prime suspect is Pakistan—and the motive to sabotage any potential peace deal.
The truth is that Schwarzenegger is quite good in Sabotage, even if the rest of the movie isn't very good at all.
And yet in Sabotage I could start to see a way forward for him.
One or two accidents to the machinery lately looked like sabotage.Dangerous Days|Mary Roberts Rinehart
The syndicalists strongly condemn any act of sabotage which may result in the loss of life.
There are those among the poor and the weak who preach arson, dynamite, and sabotage.Violence and the Labor Movement|Robert Hunter
Then came the lean years: strikes and strike-breaking, sabotage and rioting, prison for Billy, and all but starvation for Saxon.
An intermediate form of sabotage is that known as sabotage bouche ouverte (sabotage of the open mouth).