Example sentences for: disarming

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

  • IRA leaders want to create the coalition government before disarming.

  • Bush was even more disarming when Forbes went after him with a long and squirrelly question that accused him of increasing the size of government in Texas, lowering educational standards, and supporting a fraudulent tax cut--before compounding the indictment by asking Bush if he intended to do to the nation what he did to his own state.

  • In the right hands, it can be disarming (“The speculation has no foundation”), profound (“Death leaves a gap in the social structure”), echolatic (“Exit access is that part of a means of egress that leads to an entrance to an exit”), hortatory (“If we do nothing to change this country, we shall remain frozen in the status quo”).

  • , the troops will spend the next three to five years disarming ethnic Albanian guerillas, replacing Serbian policemen with ethnic Albanians, and generally restoring order to the Godforsaken Yugoslavian province.

  • After years of disarming girl-next-door normalcy, however, Bartoli may have begun indulging in the clichés of diva naughtiness, such as a habit of canceling appearances, including a much-publicized Battle-like spat with the Metropolitan Opera's general manager, Joseph Volpe.


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