noun, plural dis·u·ni·ties.
Examples from the Web for disunity
But if the policy is fundamentally flawed, disunity is actually healthy.
We associate a corresponding double meaning with disunity or opposition.Introduction to the Science of Sociology|Robert E. Park
That there is disunity is suggested and admitted in the terms of the subject.The War and Unity|Various
That we keep but one purse: a severance of interest bespeaking diffidence, mistrust, and disunity of mind.
Our heritage from the reformation is another value which we are in the process of losing because of disunity.Nine O'Clock Talks|Frederic B. Kellogg
If the emotion is pleasurable it is the consciousness of the unity within; if it is painful, of the disunity.