- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dismantle.
- adj. torn down and broken up
“Palin dismantled her own party because of her run for office.”
“Watching the bus service be dismantled is painful indeed.”
“After the runner is done their leg, the flame is snuffed and dismantled from the torch; it has been Olympic rules that the torch is only lit once and cannot be lit further than that one time, and with only with the original Olympic flame that started the kick off of the relay.”
“But the summer of 2008 proved too much for even me and the onslaught of superhero movies (Iron Man, Incredible Hulk, The Dark Knight) re-energized me and I once again dismantled “The Black Maverick” and began to build it from the ground up.”
“But, through the actions of a few former Wright apprentices and a former client, pieces of the house were dismantled from the original house and installed in The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Allentown Art Museum in Pennsylvania and the Minneapolis Institute of Art in Minnesota.”
“The Senior Instructor code 3 to that shooter and as he ripped him a new one, he dismantled is AK47 down to the very last spring.”
“Crying now that the military and Baath party has been dismantled is “tough too bad”.”
“But the way defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin dismantled the Raiders 'attack surpassed even the Bucs' expectations.”
“There's some ugly stuff over there, and perhaps a lot of it can be ignored, especially if it's just in the comments, like calling Israel "a spreading plague" that ought to be "dismantled" -- which The Weekly Standard quotes.”
“Near sundown we passed down the one long street, all battered and dismantled, which is all that is left of the old town.”
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After the school bully breaks your new yo-yo, you can use these words to describe it. All hail the carnage!
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