Divided or dividing into two parts or classifications.(adjective)
Characterized by dichotomy.(adjective)
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Use "dichotomous" in a sentence
"Squidward, doomed and dichotomous, is the permanent foil."
"The word "dichotomous" suggests disparate elements or opposing forces-as in male/female, the variety of ways tension is expressed in relationships, and the seemingly disparate disciplines of dance and technology that may not be so far apart after all."
"Olbermann went as far as to describe Obama's parsing as "dichotomous", an adjective of the noun dichotomy of which I was previously unaware."