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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishasundera‧sun‧der /əˈsʌndə $ -ər/ adverb literary   be torn/split/rent etc asunder
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asunderIf the momentum picks up, conventional politics could be torn asunder.Let the Unionists expose themselves and rend one another asunder.Smith and Bryant could not overcome their opponents' vivid word images of immigrant families split asunder.In 1964, the Republican Party was torn asunder by the nomination of conservative Barry Goldwater.All told, the cradle of civilization has been tearing asunder for some 30 million years.Now their raging passions looked like tearing asunder one of the strongest rigs in the North Sea.
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