disunity definition

  • noun:
    • decreased unity.
    • the possible lack of unity or cohesion.
    • A state of separation or disunion; want of unity.
    • Want of unity; circumstances of separation.
    • The absence of unity of feelings or passions; want of concord.
    • not enough unity (usually caused by dissension)
    • insufficient unity.
    • the possible lack of unity or cohesion.
    • a situation of separation or disunion; desire of unity.
    • Want of unity; a situation of split.
    • The absence of unity of feelings or passions; want of concord.
    • lack of unity (usually caused by dissension)
    • decreased unity.
    • having less unity or cohesion.
    • a situation of split or disunion; want of unity.
    • Want of unity; a state of split.
    • The absence of unity of thoughts or interests; desire of concord.
    • lack of unity (usually caused by dissension)

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