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Spell Check of disrupt

Correct spelling: disrupt

Definition of disrupt:

  1. To separate; to break asunder.

Common misspellings for disrupt:

  • distrupt (50%)
  • disrup (7%)
  • dirupt (6%)
  • distupt (5%)
  • disrupte (5%)
  • dissrupt (5%)
  • distrubt (4%)
  • disprupt (2%)
  • disupt (2%)
  • disrrupt (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for disrupt:

  1. In defining the conditions which precede and evoke thought, Dewey says: " There is always as antecedent to thought an experience of some subject- matter of the physical or social world, or organized intellectual world, whose parts are actively at war with each other- so much so that they threaten to disrupt the entire experience, which accordingly for its own maintenance requires deliberate re- definition and re- relation of its tensional parts." "John Dewey's logical theory" , Delton Thomas Howard.
  2. Scotty asked, " Why would anyone want to disrupt the brains of the project team? "The Electronic Mind Reader" , John Blaine.

Quotes for disrupt:

  1. Oh, the transition concerns me because as we move towards an important political event, it's clear to me that the terrorists and insurgents will move as hard as they can to disrupt this process. - John Abizaid
  2. No matter how many plots we uncover and disrupt, no matter how many terrorist organizations we degrade or destroy, another individual or group will rise to take their place. - Cofer Black
  3. The mission- the overall mission is to dismantle and defeat and disrupt al -Qaeda. But we have to make sure there's not a safe haven that returns in Afghanistan. - Michael Mullen
  4. I cannot permit you to disrupt the Paramount schedule. - David O. Selznick
  5. People do have viewing patterns, and you disrupt those at your own peril. That's something that everybody learned after 1988. The numbers have gone down every year since that strike. Big time. - Dick Wolf

Rhymes for disrupt:

  1. abrupt, corrupt, erupt.
  2. cupped, upped.
  3. interrupt.