disunited

[ UK /dɪsjuːnˈa‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having been divided; having the unity destroyed
    Congress...gave the impression of...a confusing sum of disconnected local forces
    a split group
    a fragmented coalition
    a league of disunited nations
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How To Use disunited In A Sentence

  • He denied Labour was "disunited" and blamed the media for stirring up dissent but added the party had to be more honest about past mistakes. BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition
  • Then the sons of nobles scattered in four directions, disunited, in search of land.
  • In this second class of cases the corolla is papilionaceous, the filaments free, the carpellary leaf on a long stalk provided with stipules, its blade more or less like the usual carpel, with its margins disunited or more commonly united with the ovules in the interior, sometimes represented by a foliaceous, dentate primine only. Vegetable Teratology An Account of the Principal Deviations from the Usual Construction of Plants
  • As a sectional interest Austrian industry was fragmented and disunited with little influence over the conduct of economic policy.
  • What can we say about the spiritual state of the dissociated and disunited mind of other cultures? The Bushman Way of Tracking God
  • And if that student of philosophy, politics and economics David Cameron had boned up on European history, he would have learned the truth of Sir Humphrey's observation in Yes Minister: "Britain has had the same foreign policy objective for at least the last 500 years – to create a disunited Europe. Unthinkable? Ministers to take historical advice | Editorial
  • The issue disunited the members of the central committee.
  • Numbers 10 and 11 Downing Street look as disunited on this defining issue as they have done for some considerable time.
  • Force of historical circumstances had dramatically reunited two friends temporarily disunited as a consequence of Cold War expediency.
  • However, the conclusion Meldgaard seems to offer is one that brings back the disunited notions of the sea and technology.
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