Definition of disunited in English:

disunited

Syllabification: dis·u·nit·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌdisyo͞oˈnītid
 
/

adjective

Lacking unity: a disunited nation
More example sentences
  • As a sectional interest Austrian industry was fragmented and disunited with little influence over the conduct of economic policy.
  • Then the sons of nobles scattered in four directions, disunited, in search of land.
  • They are, presently, more disunited than Kurds.

Derivatives

disunite

verb
More example sentences
  • Perhaps what unites us is what Huntington believes disunites: the multicultural nature of the Spanish language.
  • The traditional leaders need to be vigilant against the political conspiracy and manipulation that disunites their people.
  • Its thesis could be the ‘disuniting’ of mountain and plain that began soon after 1900.
Synonyms
break up, separate, divide, split up, partition, dismantle
literary sunder

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