dis|u|ni|ty [ dıs`junəti ] noun uncount
a situation in which people are not in agreement or not working together to achieve a goal

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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  • Disunity — Dis*u ni*ty, n. A state of separation or disunion; want of unity. Dr. H. More. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disunity — index argument (contention), conflict, contravention, controversy (argument), disaccord, disagreement …   Law dictionary

  • disunity — [dis yo͞on′ə tē] n. lack of unity …   English World dictionary

  • disunity — [[t]dɪ̱sju͟ːnɪti[/t]] N UNCOUNT Disunity is lack of agreement among people which prevents them from working together effectively. [FORMAL] He had been accused of promoting disunity within the armed forces …   English dictionary

  • disunity — noun The lack of unity or cohesion. Others support either the North or the Free State; and so where there is disunity there is dissension. See Also: disunite …   Wiktionary

  • disunity — dis|u|ni|ty [dısˈju:nıti] n [U] a situation in which a group of people cannot agree or work with each other ▪ Disunity destroyed the Republicans at the polls …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • disunity — disunited ► ADJECTIVE ▪ lacking unity. DERIVATIVES disunity noun …   English terms dictionary

  • disunity — noun Date: 1632 lack of unity; especially dissension …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • disunity — /dis yooh ni tee/, n., pl. disunities. lack of unity or accord. [1625 35; DIS 1 + UNITY] * * * …   Universalium

  • disunity — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The condition of being divided, as in opinion: disunion, divergence, divergency, division, schism. See ASSEMBLE …   English dictionary for students

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