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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisuniteddis‧u‧nited /ˌdɪsjuːˈnaɪtɪd/ adjective  DISAGREEpeople who are disunited are in the same organization, country, or group but cannot agree or work with each other
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disunitedUsually the classes and groups most adversely affected by soil erosion are politically weak, disunited and spatially separated.This merger, however, had produced a disunited and unwieldy party, more comfortable in opposition than in government.a disunited political party
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