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Adjective: dismantled  ,dis'man-t(u)ld
  1. Torn down and broken up
    "The elaborate machinery that had been erected for deceiving Germany had already begun to be dismantled when the Germans surrendered";
    - demolished, razed
Verb: dismantle  dis'man-t(u)l
  1. Take apart into its constituent pieces
    - disassemble, take apart, break up, break apart
  2. Destroy (a building or buildings) so as to make nearly level the ground
    "When a force occupies an enemy fortress, it may dismantle the fortifications";
    - level, raze, rase, tear down, take down, pull down, flatten
  3. [archaic] Take off or remove
    - strip

See also: destroyed

Type of: destroy, destruct, remove, spifflicate [Brit, informal], spiflicate [Brit, informal], take, take away, uncreate [literary], withdraw

Encyclopedia: Dismantled