Antonyms for unity
ˈyu nɪ ti
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term unity.
integrity, unity, wholeness(noun)
an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting
"the integrity of the nervous system is required for normal development"; "he took measures to insure the territorial unity of Croatia"
one, 1, I, ace, single, unity(noun)
the smallest whole number or a numeral representing this number
"he has the one but will need a two and three to go with it"; "they had lunch at one"
virtuoso, star, angiotensin-converting enzyme, bingle, single, champion, superstar, mavin, wholeness, maven, ace, oneness, one, sensation, genius, integrity, hotshot, wiz, whiz, atomic number 53, iodin, adept, wizard, angiotensin converting enzyme, iodine, whizz
the quality of being united into one
English Synonyms and Antonyms
When tones, thoughts, or feelings, individually different, combine to form a consistent and pleasing whole, there is harmony. Harmony is deeper and more essential than agreement; we may have a superficial, forced, or patched-up agreement, but never a superficial, forced, or patched-up harmony. Concord is less full and spiritual than harmony. Concord implies more volition than accord; as, their views were found to be in perfect accord; or, by conference concord was secured; we do not secure accord, but discover it. We may speak of being in accord with a person on one point, but harmony is wider in range. Conformity is correspondence in form, manner, or use; the word often signifies submission to authority or necessity, and may be as far as possible from harmony; as, the attempt to secure conformity to an established religion. Congruity involves the element of suitableness; consistency implies the absence of conflict or contradiction in views, statements, or acts which are brought into comparison, as in the different statements of the same person or the different periods of one man's life; unanimity is the complete hearty agreement of many; consent and concurrence refer to decision or action, but consent is more passive than concurrence; one speaks by general consent when no one in the assembly cares to make formal objection; a decision of the Supreme Court depends upon the concurrence of a majority of the judges. Compare AGREE; FRIENDSHIP; MELODY.
antagonism, battle, conflict, contention, contest, controversy, difference, disagreement, discord, disproportion, dissension, disunion, hostility, incongruity, inconsistency, opposition, schism, separation, variance, warfare
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How to use unity in a sentence?
I was very, very surprised [by his comments], he talks about unity but what is this about unity?
Covid-19 does not see race, religion, colour, caste, creed, language or border before striking, our response and conduct thereafter should attach primacy to unity and brotherhood. We are in this together.
We can compare this pandemic to a worldwide fire that has spread at lightning speed on all continents, it was also considered an encouragement, more than a distress signal, everybody was hearing it and it brought unity with residents fighting the fire.
This bipartisan legislation takes us a long way down the road in meeting the needs of the American people, while the compromise does not go as far as our Take Responsibility for Workers and Families Act, thanks to the unity and insistence of Senate and House Democrats, the bill has moved a great deal closer to America's workers.
Some waver on clear cut issues of opposing ethnic division and safeguarding ethnic and national unity, and even support participating in violent terrorist acts.
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