Antonyms for dispersal
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : dih-spur-suh l|
|Phonetic Transcription : dɪˈspɜr səl|
Definition of dispersalOrigin :
- 1821; see disperse + -al (2).
- noun distribution
- Nature has provided seeds with many appendages which assist in their dispersal.
- Extract from : « Boy Scouts Handbook » by Boy Scouts of America
- The only alternative is the breaking up of the camps and the dispersal of the women.
- Extract from : « The War in South Africa » by Arthur Conan Doyle
- Cooper's story of that name dealt with the earlier period of their dispersal.
- Extract from : « The Greatest Highway in the World » by Anonymous
- The great work of the plant is the production and dispersal of its seeds.
- Extract from : « Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Nature Study » by Ontario Ministry of Education
- It is evident, therefore, that they have some natural means of dispersal.
- Extract from : « The Malay Archipelago » by Alfred Russell Wallace
- The effect of these operations was the dispersal of Osman Digna's gathering.
- Extract from : « The River War » by Winston S. Churchill
- This route may also be the means of dispersal for other species.
- Extract from : « The Avifauna of Micronesia, Volume 3 » by Rollin H. Baker
- That is about the period when the seeds of the preceding year complete their dispersal.
- Extract from : « American Forest Trees » by Henry H. Gibson
- "You don't understand, sir," the head of Dispersal explained.
- Extract from : « Captives of the Flame » by Samuel R. Delany
- Burton in a rage, indeed, was the signal for the dispersal of everybody.
- Extract from : « The Life of Sir Richard Burton » by Thomas Wright
Synonyms for dispersal
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