Disunion [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Disunion:

Rightly or wrongly, I am for union against disunion, for collective ownership against private ownership.

The end of the war in 1902 showed the value of his persistency throughout the years of Liberal unpopularity and disunion.

I would not so act to your child as to sow discord and disunion between her and those nearest and dearest to her after I am gone.

They were to fall back into disunion, and were consequently to find themselves unable to resist the growth of the royal power.

That scheme was defeated in the defeat of the disunion candidate in several of the Southern States.

We see it daily in the list, by the side of those of 1824 and 1828, as a case of manifest oppression, justifying disunion.

It would have implied an existing separation or disunion among the States, such as never has existed since 1774.

On the German frontier political disunion was fatal to the success of the allies.

Of the hundred delegates, fifty-five were in favor of disunion.

The war alone, whatever may be its origin, is a new cause of disunion.