Related formsdis·un·ion·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for disunionist
If he does entertain and has expressed such sentiments, he is not to be held up as peculiarly a disunionist.
He said that in talking with a disunionist a few days ago he asked what the South demanded and what would satisfy them.The Life of Lyman Trumbull|Horace White
At Baltimore, he averred that while Breckinridge was not a disunionist, every disunionist was a Breckinridge man.Stephen A. Douglas|Allen Johnson
Every Unionist ought to wish the new government to succeed; and every disunionist must desire it to fail.The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume Seven|Abraham Lincoln
Far all practical purposes, then, Mr. Pendleton is just as much a secessionist and disunionist as Jefferson Davis.