disunion

[ dis-yoon-yuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF disunion

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If he say, 'The bishops were quiet; there was no disunion among them.

Their disunion, the consequence of their avidity, saved it from ruin, but not from pillage.

The party of disunion and slavery were prepared for this event.

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

Nullification, the forerunner of disunion, rose from a question of tariff.

The special interest of the campaign centered in the menace of disunion.

The spirit of disunion was rampant in all parts of the South.

But disunion was more than these constitutional Democrats could stand.

How can these portions, after centuries of disunion, be reunited into one?

The issue of our present struggle must be Disunion or Emancipation.

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