Etymology
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disruptive (adj.)

"causing or tending to cause disruption," 1862; see disrupt + -ive. From 1840 in reference to electrical discharges (in this sense probably from French). By 1876 as "produced by disruption." Related: Disruptively; disruptiveness.

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Definitions of disruptive

disruptive (adj.)
characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination;
effects of the struggle will be violent and disruptive
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