disunity

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dis- +‎ unity

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disunity (plural disunities)

  1. The lack of unity or cohesion.
    • 1924, "Irish Crisis," Time, 29 Sep.,
      Others support either the North or the Free State; and so where there is disunity there is dissension.

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