Definitions

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  • v. To make unstable; destabilize.

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Examples

  • All these fake currency are transferred through the countries like the Pakistan and the Bangladesh to unstabilize the economy of India.

    Cause of Imbalancing "Indian Economy"

  • We do know that at least Sr. and Scowcroft had the wherewithall not to begin a war in Iraq as it would unstabilize the region during Gulf I.

    Think Progress » Bush calls Rumsfeld’s replacement

  • Men failed to antici­pate the capacity of tuned rhodomagnetic radiations, to unstabilize the heavy atoms.

    Science Fiction Hall of Fame

  • He was a conspirator involved with others at Goldman Sachs to not only steal other folks investment dollars, but also to help unstabilize our nation's economy.

    Wired Top Stories

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