disunity

[ dis-yoo-ni-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF disunity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISUNITY

That there is disunity is suggested and admitted in the terms of the subject.

This disunity has grown out of conditions which range over a few generations.

Lincoln could have accepted peace at the cost of disunity and continued slavery.

If the whole world should seem to combine against you, it is only unreal combination, or intermediateness to unity and disunity.

We associate a corresponding double meaning with disunity or opposition.

It would be a sign of Christian disunity far more distressing than sectarianism.

To know God and not oneself to be God, to know blessedness and not oneself to enjoy it, is a state of disunity, of unhappiness.

To illustrate some of the traits of disunity already mentioned, let us translate this incident into Chinese.

Our heritage from the reformation is another value which we are in the process of losing because of disunity.

If the emotion is pleasurable it is the consciousness of the unity within; if it is painful, of the disunity.

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