Part of speech: noun

Malicious destruction or damage, as by strikers or malcontents.

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Usage examples "sabotage":

  1. The targets of his sabotage are usually objects to which he has normal and inconspicuous access in everyday life. - "Simple Sabotage Field Manual", Strategic Services.
  2. Occurring on a wide scale, simple sabotage will be a constant and tangible drag on the war effort of the enemy. - "Simple Sabotage Field Manual", Strategic Services.
  3. I. W. W. leaders have advised their followers, both orally and through their writings, to extend the term sabotage to cover the destruction of human life. - "Problems in American Democracy", Thames Ross Williamson.