Example sentences for: disarmament

How can you use “disarmament” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • And to be sure, we've stockpiled so much "difference" over the years that a round of identity disarmament would be welcome.

  • Basic premises: Clinton's reckless, repeated adultery weakens essential moral codes; his betrayal of vows and his lies undermine public trust; his use of legal chicanery to duck ethical responsibility is cowardly and grotesque; the public's silence in the face of this is a capitulation, "moral disarmament"; and America, which has always believed that politicians' moral behavior matters, must start judging Clinton's character.

  • Sinn Fein will appoint a delegate to a disarmament committee when the government convenes this Thursday, and Trimble has threatened to resign and pull his party out of the joint government if the IRA hasn't handed over some weapons by February.

  • The Times of London took the same view, saying that a power-sharing executive without an IRA commitment to disarmament "would be less a democratic political body than bureaucratic cover for a protection racket."

  • (One note: If I left the impression yesterday that Eleanor's pacifism extended to support for unilateral disarmament , I should be clear that--particularly as war approached--it decidedly did not.)

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