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Disassemble vs Dissemble

Disassemble vs Dissemble. There is no reason to dissemble the fact that these words are commonly confused and misused. Disassemble the confusion with ErrNET!

Disassemble is to take apart.

Dissemble is to give a false or misleading appearance to; conceal the truth or real nature of.

Disassemble and dissemble are words that are commonly confused and misused in English writing because of their similar spellings and pronunciations. Don’t confuse these words and misuse them in your writing, use ErrNET proofreading, the world’s leading error resolution technology!

Disassemble sentence examples:

The mechanic had to nearly disassemble the entire automobile engine to determine the mechanical problem.

They hired a large crew to come in and disassemble the table, chairs, displays etc. that were assembled for the international trade show.

If you want your bike to fit in my trunk, I suggest that you disassemble it, or at least remove its front tire.

One of the best ways to learn how a mechanical or electronic device works is to disassemble it, and then put it back together.

After you disassemble my computer, please carefully pack each part for shipping.

As part of their training, soldiers are regularly required to disassemble their firearms and clean them.

Dissemble sentence examples:

‘If you sometimes dissemble your knowledge of what you think you know,” wrote Francis Bacon, “you shall think at another time that you know that you know not.”

She had, as far as he knew, a reason to be curious, and therefore no reason to dissemble her curiosity.

Like some hypocrites in tragedy, Angelo’s readiness to dissemble could be checked by his conscience.

She’s cool, clever, calculating, quite willing to talk, and well able to dissemble the true motivations behind her behavior.

It is best to be open and honest in a relationship and not dissemble how you truly feel about your partner or it will ultimately backfire on you.



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