The correct answer is scatter.
A. provide exemption
C. describe grammatically
The correct answer is (D) To scatter; to spread widely; to send, drive, or go in different directions or to separate points; to rout, to dispel or be dispelled. To cause to break up and go away. Also, to disseminate or put into circulation.
Disperse comes from French disperser, Latin dispergere .
Examples of use:
- \Within a short time, the police were able to disperse the noisy mob.
- The sun dispersed the morning mist that snaked along the river.