- A deliberate action aimed at weakening an enemy through subversion, obstruction, disruption, and/or destruction.
- (military) An act or acts with intent to injure, interfere with, or obstruct the national defense of a country by willfully injuring or destroying, or attempting to injure or destroy, any national defense or war materiel, premises, or utilities, to include human and natural resources.
- to deliberately destroy or damage something in order to prevent it from being successful
Adjectives for Sabotage
physical; economic; self-; corporate; unjustifiable; unscrupulous; impetuous; swift; aggressive; stunning; violent; considerable; infantile; grave; momentary; physical; indescribable;
Verbs for Sabotage
accomplish—; advocate—; charge with—; convict of—; disclose—; frustrate—; resort to—; thwart—; uncover—; unveil—; — cripples; —delays; —destroys; —disorganizes; —hinders; —impedes; —injures; —obstructs; —violates.
terrorism, baffle, balk, bankruptcy, blast, block, bouleversement, brave, break up, breakage, breakdown, bugger, challenge, checkmate, circumvent, collapse, confound, confront, contravene, convulsion, counter, counteract, countermand, counterwork, crack-up, cripple, crippling, cross, damage, dash, de-energize, debilitate, defeat, defy, destroy, destruction, detriment, dilapidation, disable, disablement, discomfit, disconcert, discountenance, disenable, dish, disrepair, disrupt, downfall, drain, elude, encroachment, enfeeble, fall, flummox, foil, frustrate, hamper, hamstring, harm, hinder, hobbling, honeycomb, hors de combat, hurt, hurting, impairment, inactivate, incapacitate, incapacitation, infringement, injury, inroad, kibosh, knock the chocks, lame, loss, maim, maiming, mayhem, mine, mischief, mutilation, nonplus, obstruct, overthrow, overturn, perplex, prostration, put, queer, queer the works, ruin, ruination, ruinousness, sap, scathe, scotch, sickening, spike, spoil, spoiling, stonewall, stump, subversion, subversiveness, subvert, thwart, treachery, treason, undermine, undermining, unfit, upheaval, upset, weaken, weakening, wing, wreck, wreckage, wrecking
Sabotage m. (plural Sabotages)