Definition of disruptive:
unquiet, distressing, churning, disturbing, tumultuous, unsettling, profuse, luxuriant, degraded, roiling, disquieting, roiled, riotous, troubled, troublesome, pain, roily, fast, worrisome, upsetting, profligate, debauched, troublous, degenerate, dissolute, dissipated, perturbing, turbulent, intrusive, lush, libertine, distressful, exuberant, happy.
The usual type of wireless telegraph transmitter employs a disruptive discharge, or spark, as it is called, for setting up the oscillating currents in the aerial wire system and this is the type of apparatus described in this chapter.- "The Radio Amateur's Hand Book", A. Frederick Collins.
Some of them had actually sneered at it, others had damned it with faint praise, and now all of them honestly strove to save their own countries' vital interests from its disruptive action while helping to apply it to their neighbors.- "The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference", Emile Joseph Dillon.
The restoration of a Polish state and the creation or extension of the other free communities at the expense of the Central Empires are also most welcome changes, which, however, ought never to have been marred by the disruptive wedge of the minority legislation.- "The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference", Emile Joseph Dillon.