Definition of disunify
: to destroy the unity of: a : to bring about a lack of concord or harmony in or among humanity, already profoundly perplexed and disunified — J. D. Ratcliff b : to break up (a unified whole) into separate often dissident parts set out deliberately to divide and disunify this nation — S. A. Mitchell
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Origin and Etymology of disunify
1dis- + unify
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