Etymology
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asunder (adv.)

"into a position apart, separate, into separate parts," mid-12c., contraction of Old English on sundran (see a- (1) + sunder). Middle English used to know asunder for "distinguish, tell apart."

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Definitions of asunder
1
asunder (adv.)
into parts or pieces;
torn asunder
Synonyms: apart
2
asunder (adj.)
widely separated especially in space;
as wide asunder as pole from pole
From wordnet.princeton.edu