Definitions and Examples of disorganize, scatter, disperse
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To cause disorder or confusion in something that was previously organized.
The sudden power outage disorganized the entire office, causing chaos and confusion.
To throw or spread things in different directions, causing them to be separated or disordered.
The strong wind scattered the leaves all over the garden, making it difficult to clean up.
To spread out or distribute things over a wide area, causing them to become less concentrated.
The protesters were ordered to disperse by the police, who used tear gas to break up the crowd.
Key Differences: disorganize vs scatter vs disperse
- 1Disorganize implies a lack of order or structure, while marshal implies a deliberate arrangement of things in a particular order.
- 2Scatter suggests a random or haphazard distribution of things, while marshal suggests a purposeful and organized arrangement.
- 3Disperse implies a spreading out or distribution of things, while marshal implies a gathering or assembling of things in a particular order.
Effective Usage of disorganize, scatter, disperse
- 1Enhance Writing: Use these antonyms to add variety and contrast to your writing.
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- 3Enrich Communication: Use these antonyms to express ideas more precisely and effectively.
The antonyms of marshaled are disorganize, scatter, and disperse. Use disorganize to describe a lack of order, scatter to describe a random distribution, and disperse to describe a spreading out of things. Use these words to enhance your writing, improve your vocabulary, and enrich your communication.