Synonyms of disarm in English:

disarm


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verb

1‘the UN must disarm the country and arrest the warlords’

SYNONYMS
deprive of arms, take weapons from, render defenceless, make powerless
demilitarize, demobilize
ANTONYMS

arm, militarize

2‘the militia had refused government demands to disarm’

SYNONYMS
lay down arms, lay down weapons, demilitarize, turn over weapons, decommission arms, decommission weapons, become unarmed
literary sheathe the sword, turn swords into ploughshares
ANTONYMS

arm

3‘police disarmed a parcel bomb’

SYNONYMS
defuse, disable, deactivate, remove the fuse from, put out of action
make safe, make harmless
ANTONYMS

arm, set

4‘the warmth in his voice disarmed her’

SYNONYMS
win over, charm, undermine someone's resistance, sweeten
persuade, convert
mollify, appease, placate, pacify, conciliate, humour, propitiate
ANTONYMS

antagonize