Definition of disintegrative in English:



See disintegrate

  • ‘Under what conditions does populism temper the potential ethnicity to provoke disintegrative social conflict, and instead promote pluralist democracy?’
  • ‘Many complain they can get no treatment of any kind from the NHS for their children and that is particularly for those children with the most distressing disintegrative disorders.’
  • ‘The strategy offered here was how to fit in, certainly not to create a new space and voice for women in the light of the socially disintegrative violence of the civil war.’
  • ‘It was about September 1993 that she was diagnosed with childhood disintegrative disorder.’
  • ‘In the longer term, however, the more disintegrative forces unleashed by this crisis are likely to be hard to contain.’