One of the most disruptive forces to the market in recent years is DISH.
Deflation also means that the economy adjusts to real shocks in the most disruptive way possible.
This wasn't just disruptive to the viewer—it made contestants tense, confused, and a little bitter.
But it is disruptive, costly, aggravating, and absolutely pointless.
So she made changes that have transformed the Times online; is that what her critics mean when they allege she was disruptive?
The disruptive forces, however, may be easily overestimated.
But its tendency when applied to governmental machinery is disruptive.
The disruptive power of tree roots, growing in the crevices of rocks, is well known.
Until the latter year it was purely a revolutionary movement, attracting to itself all the disruptive elements of its time.
But the separation of satellites depends—according to the received view—upon the attainment of a disruptive rate of rotation.