Thesaurus / disunion

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Intrigue and speculation co-operate; but disunion is at the bottom, and I denounce it to the American people.

Disunion haunted the petty jealousies of little and narrow minds; famine, pestilence and defeat have done the rest.

The Felon's TrackMichael Doheny

In the end the Count dismissed the entire band for indolence and disunion.

Sebastian BachReginald Lane Poole

Also, a vote for Disunion, at a moment when the Union is about to be made inseparable.

In no other way, in my judgment, can we avoid the disunion that threatens us.

But among the four Powers there was far more of disunion than union.

Disunion was scarcely considered as a theory, among the mass of the people, ere it sprung into being, a fact.

By-Ways of WarJames Jeffrey Roche

But, when disunion actually appeared as a stern reality, something like a chill swept through the whole Northern country.

The Papacy was now an irremovable element of division in Italy; and disunion was thenceforth the lot of the land.

Union men and disunion men appeared on the streets with arms in their hands.

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