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.
But Campbell is also convinced that disunity within the party -- many of whose representatives are politically inexperienced -- could thwart the AfD from the start.
But privately, some Republicans were growing angry at the displays of disunity from Senators Flake and Corker as the party was trying to come together to pass a major overhaul of the tax code.
Never once did any of them feel the need to equate anything from this unique evening with arguments promoting disunity.
This combination of American disunity and growing world instability, not the language of the G-20 final communiqué, is driving world history today.
Almost since its inception, the AfD has been plagued by internal disunity.
But at the two-day gathering in Hamburg, which officially begins Friday, global disunity that has been years in the making will become personified.
Add them all up, and Thursday was an awful day for Democrats, exposing wounds that still haven’t healed after 2016 and disunity on the eve of Virginia’s big gubernatorial race.
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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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