disunited

[ dis-yoo-nahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disunited
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Miss Milbrey disunited the chatting couple with swiftness and aplomb.

What is the use of the concert of the false and the disunited?

The Evangelical states were disunited at the very moment of struggle.

And, worse than all, they were disunited amongst themselves.

Discipline and justice, then, must go together; they cannot be disunited.

No alteration was made in their situation, only Leucas was disunited from their council.

The bishops are disunited; some are for the pope and the doctrine of the Jesuits; others support the Jansenists.

The threads of silk of which it is composed are moistened and disunited, but not broken.

That is to speak as if we were solitary and disunited from others.

Man has no right to join what his Maker has put asunder; to reunite what he has disunited.

WORD ORIGIN

1560s (implied in disunited); see dis- + unite. Related: Disuniting.

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