Definition of disunited in English:



  • Lacking unity.

    ‘a disunited nation’
    • ‘If they are so disunited, then would it not be easy to take advantage of that and overrule them?’
    • ‘Combat in the depth of enemy defenses is normally waged in several places simultaneously by disunited groups.’
    • ‘Numbers 10 and 11 Downing Street look as disunited on this defining issue as they have done for some considerable time.’
    • ‘So I guess both parties are equally disunited when it comes to the president's Social Security phase-out bill.’
    • ‘They are more numerous, but they are also weak and disunited.’
    • ‘They are, presently, more disunited than Kurds.’
    • ‘Language was used as an emblem of a bond that brought together otherwise disunited cultural factions.’
    • ‘In fact, Nathan had concluded that if anyone did participate in the uprising, the numbers would be small and those involved would be hopelessly disunited.’
    • ‘However, the conclusion Meldgaard seems to offer is one that brings back the disunited notions of the sea and technology.’
    • ‘We are so easily pitted against each other; divided, disunited and disintegrated.’
    • ‘Then the sons of nobles scattered in four directions, disunited, in search of land.’
    • ‘To finish on another contradiction, what sense does racism make in a world both disunited and united by globalism?’
    • ‘As a sectional interest Austrian industry was fragmented and disunited with little influence over the conduct of economic policy.’
    • ‘They are for a single market, but a politically disunited Europe.’
    • ‘The leadership of the Muslims was crumbling, the masses disillusioned and disunited.’
    • ‘The WCO was soliciting support from disunited countries for some time during and after the Ten-Year War.’
    unconnected, disconnected, without unity, disunited, discontinuous, fragmented, fragmentary, disorganized, disordered, muddled, mixed up, jumbled, garbled, incoherent, confused, fitful, erratic, spasmodic, patchy, scrappy, bitty, piecemeal
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