Definition of disrupt:
crock up, chop off, scatter, split, tumble, crash, break off, decompose, break apart, part, recess, obstruct, break, adjourn, disturb, dissolve, cut out, mix up, mess up, disperse, interrupt, fragmentise, fragment, break down, jumble, knap, dissipate, disarrange, pick, amputate, collapse, muddle, split up, resolve, agitate, upset, disorder, confuse, lop off, take apart, chip, separate, intrude, disassemble, crack up, disorganize, cut, dispel, break up, calve, derange, cut off, meddle, fragmentize, unsettle, order, crack, dismantle, disarray, sever.
" Next year we may elect a few congressmen and half a hundred legislators- if the reactionaries in the party will cease their underhand efforts to disrupt the organization and drive out the revolutionists....- "The Red Conspiracy", Joseph J. Mereto.
- "The High Calling", Charles M. Sheldon.
If the billows rise within so as to disrupt the framework of the Establishment, and make wreck of its temporalities, it may be fairly premised that they have risen not from any impulsion of the light winds of uncertain doctrine, but, as in the Canton de Vaud and the Church of Scotland, in obedience to the strong ground- swell of sterling principle.- "Leading Articles on Various Subjects", Hugh Miller.