Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The process of breaking off; disruption.

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Examples

  • It forces me, as your neighbor, to have to put up with multi-family density (noise, smell and disruptment) when I bought in a Single Family neighborhood for quiet enjoyment.

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  • Listen to the accountant again: "Being white means that I am part of the culture that has developed SA socially and economically and has created an orderly way of life which appears to be what the blacks want - perhaps the presence of whites will help the attainment of black goals without too much disruptment."

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  • January to September with a short break in July, was unnecessarily long, exhausting and disruptment sat for a much shorter time by cutting down debating time.

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