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disuniting

See definition of disuniting on Dictionary.com
  • as indivision
  • as ininterruption
  • as inseverance

synonyms for disuniting

  • distribution
  • analysis
  • apportionment
  • autopsy
  • bisection
  • breaking
  • carving
  • demarcation
  • detachment
  • diagnosis
  • disjuncture
  • dismemberment
  • dissolution
  • disunion
  • divorce
  • parceling
  • parting
  • partition
  • reduction
  • rupture
  • segmentation
  • selection
  • severance
  • subdivision
  • vivisection
  • breaking down
  • breaking up
  • contrasting
  • cutting up
  • departmentalizing
  • detaching
  • disparting
  • disseverance
  • distinguishing
  • dividing
  • rending
  • separating
  • splitting up
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antonyms for disuniting

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  • attachment
  • combination
  • connection
  • union
  • accord
  • agreement
  • juncture
  • system
  • unification
  • unison
  • unity
  • whole
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How to use disuniting in a sentence

It is not, at any rate as it has hitherto been applied, a plan for disuniting the parts of a united state.
ENGLAND'S CASE AGAINST HOME RULEALBERT VENN DICEY
Hence he inferred, that the aristocracy should be overthrown by disuniting the nobles, and ruining them one by one.
HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION IN ENGLAND, VOL. 3 OF 3HENRY THOMAS BUCKLE
We are told by the critics of the Gladstonian scheme that federalism is not "a plan for disuniting the parts of a united state."
HANDBOOK OF HOME RULE (1887)W. E. GLADSTONE ET AL.
In the case of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, for instance, it clearly is a "plan for disuniting the parts of a united state."
HANDBOOK OF HOME RULE (1887)W. E. GLADSTONE ET AL.
But the barbarity of my fate soon saved her the task of disuniting us.
MEMOIRS OF FANNY HILLJOHN CLELAND
Why may she not be induced to give up the hope of disuniting us, and, while she hates me, continue her affection for thee?
JANE TALBOTCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
Some links of the catenations of motions may be left out without disuniting the chain.
ZOONOMIA, VOL. IERASMUS DARWIN
The ballads of the common people, on the other hand, had had a strongly disuniting effect.
THE EIGHTEEN CHRISTIAN CENTURIESJAMES WHITE
Travel abroad was prohibited except on official business, religion (a backward, unprogressive, disuniting force) was banned.
AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN
On disuniting the iron helix, the magnet caused with the copper helix alone still stronger deflection in the same direction.
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCHES IN ELECTRICITY, VOLUME 1MICHAEL FARADAY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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