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Dis Unite

Pronunciation of Dis Unite
/dˈɪs juːnˈa͡ɪt/, /dˈɪs juːnˈa‍ɪt/, /d_ˈɪ_s j_uː_n_ˈaɪ_t/

Synonyms for dis unite:

alienate (verb)

break off, disaffect, disunite, turn away, turn off, wean, come between, set against, withdraw the affections of, make indifferent.

cleave (verb)

carve, chop, cut, dissect, dissever, hack, hew, open, pierce, rend, rip, rive, slice, stab, whack, crack, tear asunder.

detach (verb)

abstract, disassemble, disassociate, disentangle, dismount, free, isolate, loose, loosen, remove, segregate, take apart, tear off, uncouple, unfasten, unhitch, withdraw, Unfix, disaffiliate.

disaffect (verb)

agitate, antagonize, discompose, disquiet, disturb, disunify, repel, upset.

disconnect (verb)

detach, sideline, cut off, drop it, break it off, break it up.

discontinue (verb)

abandon, cease, close, desist, drop, end, finish, give up, halt, interpose, interrupt, intervene, leave off, pause, quit, scrub, stop, surcease, suspend, terminate, knock off, blow off, call it quits, give over, kill, put an end to, refrain from, bag it.

disengage (verb)

back off, back out, drop out, ease, extricate, liberate, opt out, pull the plug, release, set free, unbind, undo, unloose, untie, cut out, cut loose, weasel out.

disintegrate (verb)

atomize, break apart, break down, come apart, crumble, decay, decline, decompose, degenerate, descend, dilapidate, dismantle, disorganize, disperse, fade away, molder, pulverize, putrefy, rot, shatter, sink, splinter, spoil, taint, turn, wash away, wash out, wither, worsen, Deliquesce, Disimprove, break up, fall to pieces, turn to dust.

dislocate (verb)

break, disarticulate, disorder, disrupt, jumble, misplace, move, rummage, shift, transfer, unhinge, mix up, put out of joint.

dissociate (verb)

distance, scatter, set apart.

dissolve (verb)

abrogate, adjourn, annihilate, cancel, collapse, decimate, demolish, destroy, destruct, discharge, dismiss, do away with, eradicate, invalidate, overthrow, postpone, quash, repeal, ruin, shoot, unmake, vacate, void, wrack, wreck, wind up, render void, resolve into.

disunite (verb)

alienate, disband, disconnect, disengage, disjoin, disjoint, dissociate, dissolve, divide, divorce, estrange, part, separate, sever, sunder.

divide (verb)

bisect, branch, cleave, cross, demarcate, dichotomize, differ, disaccord, dislocate, dismember, dissent, halve, intersect, partition, pull away, quarter, rupture, section, segment, shear, split, subdivide, tear, vary, Abscind, pit against, set at odds, cause to disagree, cut up, sow dissension.

divorce (verb)

annul, nullify, put away, Unmarry.

embroil (verb)

compromise, confound, confuse, derange, encumber, enmesh, ensnare, entangle, implicate, incriminate, involve, mire, muddle, perplex, snarl, tangle, trouble, cause trouble.

estrange (verb)

alien, divert, leave, withhold, drive apart, make hostile, put on the outs.

fragment (verb)

burst, disintegrate, shiver, smash, split up.

fragmentize (verb)

fragment.

interrupt (verb)

arrest, barge in, butt in, check, chime in, crash, cut short, defer, delay, discontinue, edge in, heckle, hinder, hold up, horn in, impede, in, infringe, inject, insinuate, intrude, lay aside, obstruct, prevent, punctuate, put in, shortstop, stay, work in, break in, break train of thought, bust in, crowd in, cut in on, get in the way.

part (verb)

articulate, factor, itemize, particularize, portion, strip.

scatter (verb)

besprinkle, broadcast, cast, diffuse, discard, dispel, disseminate, dissipate, distribute, diverge, expend, fling, intersperse, litter, migrate, pour, run away, scramble, set, shed, shower, sow, spend, spray, spread, sprinkle, throw out, set asunder, put to flight, disject, take off in all directions, throw around.

separate (verb)

bifurcate, depart, go away, pull out, take leave, Unlink, dedomicile, go different ways, go separate ways, relationship or marriage alienate, untie the knot.

sever (verb)

cut in two.

split (verb)

fork, gape, give way, slash, slit, snap, put asunder, part company, come undone.

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