disunite

verb
dis·​unite | \(ˌ)dis-yü-ˈnīt, -yə-, dish-\

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Examples of disunite in a Sentence

attempted to disunite the members of the club by vicious gossip

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Liberals, Lilla laments, have : lost themselves in the thickets of identity politics and developed a resentful, disuniting rhetoric of difference to match it. David Frum, The Atlantic, "Challenging the Dogmas of Right and Left," 18 Sep. 2017 Post-Trump, the Republican party will likely be disunited. Elliot Kaufman, National Review, "The Next Right-Wing Populist Will Win by Attacking American Higher Education," 13 July 2017

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First Known Use of disunite

1598, in the meaning defined above

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