A breaking or bursting open; breach; rupture.(noun)
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Use "ruption" in a sentence
"Also playing: "Dis-ruption" -- The Disrupter, wearing a "Pro-Life American" t-shirt and a leather Blackhawk gun holster, and The Real Disrupter, clad in a Juicy Couture "Anti-Healthcare Reform = Pro-Death" hoodie, hurl pithy insults at one another sure to be played and replayed for days on YouTube and the evening news."
"America is beginning to wonder if the larger corpo-ruption involved in our decline hasn't seeped into your cracks as well."
"He has promised to clean up cor-ruption and has made agricultural de-velopment a priority."