Dismantled [verb]

Definition of Dismantled:

take apart

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Sentence/Example of Dismantled:

By that time the booths were entirely dismantled and almost everybody had gone home.

She was delighted to know that the Esplanade Street house was in a dismantled condition.

After the abbey had been dismantled, the church was sold to a contractor, who proceeded to tear it down for the material.

There are signs, however, that various forts were dismantled as the country grew quieter.

One gun only was gotten in position, and it rendered but little service before it was dismantled.

I wonder if you ever went through a large, elegantly furnished house, from room to room, and dismantled it?

We had dismantled our house at B—— and packed our furniture for L—— before personally making acquaintance with the latter place.

However, the bell responded so often and so vigorously that it was soon dismantled for the benefit of sleepers.

Soon all were buried in a profound slumber; the dismantled camp around them silent as a cemetery.

In less than a week the house was dismantled, the trunks packed, the servants dismissed.