American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Lack of unity.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Want of unity; a state of separation.
- n. The absence of unity of feelings or interests; want of concord.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A state of separation or disunion; want of unity.
- n. lack of unity (usually resulting from dissension)
- dis- + unity (Wiktionary)
“In a democracy, disunity is not just the reality, it's the premise.”
“Such disunity is raw feed for the anti-gunners and we need it like we need a hole in the head.”
“History records that the road to international disunity is strewn with skeletons of appeasement.”
“He’s been making the tactical error of not telling Democrats what they want to hear lately*, so any excuse to discount this cold water on GOP party disunity is a good enough one, right?”
“The social evils of Plato´s time, namely disunity, incompetence and violence, are still present and will always be for as long as there are political communities and incompetent rulers unable to impose rules thus triggering a process of political so-cialization that will change individual attitudes.”
“No, he was counting on the "disunity" between HC and BO supporters.”
“You don't want that kind of disunity in your administration.”
“Meanwhile, over on CNN, when they're not desperately hunting for PUMAs to fuel the exaggerated "disunity" frame, they're consulting with known race-baiter Alex Castellanos who, before he began collecting CNN paychecks, collected paychecks from Jesse Helms in exchange for masterminding racist ads like the infamous "White Hands" commercial.”
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