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See definition of sundering on Dictionary.com
  • as indefection
  • as inoutbreak
  • as inrecreance
  • as inrecreancy
  • as intergiversation
  • as invariance

synonyms for sundering

  • desertion
  • divorce
  • failure
  • rejection
  • revolt
  • withdrawal
  • alienation
  • apostasy
  • backsliding
  • deficiency
  • dereliction
  • disaffection
  • disloyalty
  • disownment
  • estrangement
  • failing
  • faithlessness
  • forsaking
  • lack
  • parting
  • rebellion
  • repudiation
  • retreat
  • separation
  • severance
  • tergiversation
  • recreancy
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antonyms for sundering

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  • enough
  • faithfulness
  • harmony
  • loyalty
  • plenty
  • joining
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      How to use sundering in a sentence

      What can a record of contrived meetings, of sundering difficulties evaded and overcome, signify here?
      THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
      The transition was easy to the sundering of domestic ties, to the suppression of natural emotions and social enjoyments.
      BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VJOHN LORD
      And then she spake it in a soft voice that she would indeed pity him for the sundering, yea, and herself also.
      THE WATER OF THE WONDROUS ISLESWILLIAM MORRIS
      My soul and my body seemed to bleed at the wound of that sundering.
      MY LITTLE SISTERELIZABETH ROBINS
      She flew to his arms, for a second his kisses were on her lips, and then came the sundering.
      THE HALF-HEARTEDJOHN BUCHAN
      In the older one the baths are on a more sociable plan, with no partition walls sundering them.
      OBSERVATIONS OF AN ORDERLYWARD MUIR
      There must be a quick and thorough reform, a sudden sundering of the chains which bind to the "body of death."
      POPULAR AMUSEMENTSJ. T. CRANE
      And yet he knew that there could be nothing more sundering than such meanness, such corruptibility as Jewdwine's.
      THE DIVINE FIREMAY SINCLAIR
      This is what is meant by sin—the separation or sundering (German Snde) of one's being—and all the pain that goes therewith.
      SEX = LOVEEDWARD CARPENTER
      We hear of the compelling or sundering power of the bright red gold and the cold steel.
      THE BALLADISTSJOHN GEDDIE
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