Definition of "sabotaging" [sabotaging]

  • The deliberate destruction, disruption, or damage of equipment, a public service, etc, as by enemy agents, dissatisfied employees, etc (noun)
  • Any similar action or behaviour (noun)
  • To destroy, damage, or disrupt, esp by secret means (verb)
  • Present participle of sabotage. (verb)

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Use "sabotaging" in a sentence
  • "Dana Perino and her ilk view distrust of government as a positive accomplishment of the Bush administration, which specialized in sabotaging government for its own ends."
  • "Unlike Snowe and Enzi he's only interested in sabotaging the process. awaitingliberalizationbyCNN"
  • "Well, I guess with the way they ve bin sabotaging the education system, especially the Universities, that's their aim in the long run."