a severance of union; separation; disjunction.
lack of unity; dissension.
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How to use disunion in a sentence
The Declaration, remember, is fundamentally about disunion—that is, secession.Juneteenth’s Vision of Freedom Expresses American Values Better Than the Fourth of July’s | Kermit Roosevelt | June 18, 2022 | Time
If the South had not made the blunder of disunion, it might well have gotten its way through constitutional means.The South Has Indeed Risen Again and It’s Called the Tea Party | Jack Schwartz | December 8, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
There is yet hope for my disunion movement, because the poll didn't ask conservatives in specific states.
Rightly or wrongly, I am for union against disunion, for collective ownership against private ownership.God and my Neighbour | Robert Blatchford
The end of the war in 1902 showed the value of his persistency throughout the years of Liberal unpopularity and disunion.
I would not so act to your child as to sow discord and disunion between her and those nearest and dearest to her after I am gone.Robin Redbreast | Mary Louisa Molesworth
They were to fall back into disunion, and were consequently to find themselves unable to resist the growth of the royal power.The Political History of England - Vol. X. | William Hunt
That scheme was defeated in the defeat of the disunion candidate in several of the Southern States.Key-Notes of American Liberty | Various