Definition of disunity in English:

disunity

noun

mass noun
  • Disagreement and conflict within a group.

    ‘the disunity among opposition parties’
    • ‘Please allow me a small space in your newspaper to tell it like it is concerning the so called disunity within the Swapo party.’
    • ‘Let's ask whether we have caused disunity in any way within our families or among the whole family of God.’
    • ‘Rather, they may create a new point of disunity and dissent among Muslims.’
    • ‘Europe cannot live in freedom as long as there is disunity and conflict in its neighbourhood, the German chancellor insisted.’
    • ‘Not only is there a civil-military split, there is disunity within the military as well.’
    • ‘Hence the inevitable result of nationalist unity movements was increased disunity and conflict.’
    • ‘To attempt to find a vision and to struggle within so much disunity is very sad.’
    • ‘The media get bored and start to look for stories of division and disunity.’
    • ‘This is why there is such disunity among many Christians.’
    • ‘We blame others for creating disunity among the Muslims without ourselves knowing the basics of moon-sighting.’
    • ‘The consequences of this disunity among Christians were horrible.’
    • ‘In its wake indiscipline raises its ugly head and disunity among the players in the team.’
    • ‘But it's so easy to explain a conflict or to bring about disunity and to create problems by using the racial tag, by waving the racial flag.’
    • ‘It has been the outbreak of disunity and many clashes.’
    • ‘It has created disunity and division between people.’
    • ‘With the right wing of the government showing definite signs of weakness and disunity, the next confrontation is already in the cards.’
    • ‘This did little to endanger his position, as he continued to profit from the ongoing fragmentation and disunity of his opposition.’
    • ‘He remains mystified as to why Fifa would risk disunity by producing such a controversial document.’
    • ‘Then - through cowardice, lack of principle, and disunity - they blew it.’
    • ‘There were a few moments of rhythmic disunity, in the third movement of Du wahrer Gott, for example, all of which were quickly righted.’
    disagreement, dissent, dissension, argument, arguing, quarrelling, difference of opinion, feuding
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Pronunciation

disunity

/dɪsˈjuːnɪti/