Examples of disunity in a Sentence
troubling signs of disunity within the normally peaceful organization
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A region divided Noting the regional and indeed international divide on display following Sunday’s Constituent Assembly election, Dr. Gamarra says the international disunity will only fuel Maduro’s ambitions.
Well, just four, and all men: a music-loving African-American, a brainy Londoner, a paternal Jamaican, and a generic African, all primarily concerned with local, national, and global disunity among black people.
Usually what causes disunity in the community are the class differences, the race differences, the socioeconomic differences.
Anything to create division and disunity in the West.
The era of the Founders was almost over, and the United States had been mired in a period of partisan disunity.
McConnell may be pushing for speedy passage because that disunity is only getting worse.
Here, a blatant disunity exists between matters engrafted at the last minute on to S.B. 331.
Indeed, Haley’s off-message remarks highlight a broader trend in the administration, with poor communications and tight inner-circle White House politics creating disunity on various issues.
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First Known Use of disunity
Synonymsconflict, disaccord, discordance, discordancy, disharmony, dissension (also dissention), dissent, dissidence, dissonance, disunion, discord, division, friction, infighting, inharmony, schism, strife, variance, war, warfare
Antonymsaccord, agreement, concord, concordance, harmony, peace
Related Wordsclash, collision, competition, contention; altercation, argument, bicker, brawl, debate, disagreement, dispute, divide, fissure; falling-out, fight, hassle, jar, miff, mix-up, quarrel, row, run-in, scrap, spat, squabble, tiff, wrangle; incompatibility, incongruence, incongruity, incongruousness, inconsistence, inconsistency, inconsonance, inharmoniousness; animosity, antagonism, antipathy, cold war, enmity, hostility, ill will, rancor
Near Antonymsconcurrence, cooperation
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