That sweet Federation was of last year; this sour divulsion is the self-same substance, only older by the appointed days.
divulsion, di-vul′shun, n. act of pulling or rending asunder or away.
Aristotle in his Ethicks takes up the conceit of the Bever, and the divulsion of his Testicles.
divulsion di·vul·sion (dĭ-vŭl'shən)
The removal of a part by tearing.
The forcible dilation of the walls of a cavity or canal.