DISBAND, verb transitive [dis and band.]
1. To dismiss from military service; to break up a band, or body of men enlisted; as, to disband an army or a regiment; to disband troops.
2. To scatter; to disperse.
DISBAND, verb intransitive
1. To retire from military service; to separate; to break up; as, the army, at the close of the war, disbands.
2. To separate; to dissolve connection.
Human society may disband [Improper.]
3. To be dissolved. [Not used.]
When both rocks and all things shall disband