noun, plural dis·u·ni·ties.
Origin of disunity
Related Words for disunitydissension, divergence, discord, divergency, severance, parting, divorce, partition, disagreement, argument, dissidence, disunion, disconnection, detachment, split, separation, breakup, disjuncture, disjunction, conflict
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That there is disunity is suggested and admitted in the terms of the subject.
This disunity has grown out of conditions which range over a few generations.
Lincoln could have accepted peace at the cost of disunity and continued slavery.
If the whole world should seem to combine against you, it is only unreal combination, or intermediateness to unity and disunity.The Book of the Damned
We associate a corresponding double meaning with disunity or opposition.Introduction to the Science of Sociology
Robert E. Park