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disunite (v.)

1560s "to separate, cause to be disjoined" (implied in disunited); see dis- + unite. Possibly from Late Latin disunitus, past participle of disunire. Intransitive meaning "to part, fall asunder, become divided" is from 1670s. Related: Disuniting.

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Definitions of disunite from WordNet

disunite (v.)
part; cease or break association with;
Synonyms: disassociate / dissociate / divorce / disjoint
disunite (v.)
force, take, or pull apart;
Synonyms: separate / divide / part
From wordnet.princeton.edu