widely separated especially in space;
"as wide asunder as pole from pole"
into parts or pieces;
"he took his father's watch apart"
- Our opinions are wide as the poles asunder.
- Parents and children were driven asunder by the war.
- The limbs of the animal were torn asunder.
- The missile had blown the battleship asunder.
But me called he a sonder to be his preacher.出自： Coverdale
- together 共同