disunity

noun dis·uni·ty \ (ˌ)dis-ˈyü-nə-tē , dish- \
Updated on: 21 Nov 2017

Definition of disunity

: lack of unity; especially : dissension

Examples of disunity in a Sentence

  1. troubling signs of disunity within the normally peaceful organization

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First Known Use of disunity

1632


DISUNITY Defined for English Language Learners

disunity

noun

Definition of disunity for English Language Learners

  • : the state of not being able to agree about important things : lack of unity



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