sabotage (sab-<<schwa>>-tahzh), n.1. The destruction, damage, or knowingly defective production of materials, premises, or utilities used for national defense or for war.18 USCA §§ 2151 et seq. [Cases: War and National Emergency  53. C.J.S. War and National Defense § 67.] 2. The willful and malicious destruction of an em-ployer’s property or interference with an employer’s normal operations, esp. during a labor dispute. — sabotage,vb.

[Blacks Law 8th]