disunion

[dis-yoon-yuhn]
noun
1.
a severance of union; separation; disjunction.
2.
lack of unity; dissension.

Origin:
1590–1600; dis-1 + union

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disunite (ˌdɪsjʊˈnaɪt)
 
vb
1.  to separate or become separate; disrupt
2.  (tr) to set at variance; estrange
 
dis'union
 
n
 
disu'niter
 
n

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Destroy this, and it requires no prophet to foresee that disunion is inevitable.
Democracy, smitten with tho consciousness of its waning power, raises the startling cry of disunion.
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