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Definition of "divided" []

  • Separated into parts or pieces. (adjective)
  • Being in a state of disagreement or disunity: a divided nation. (adjective)
  • Moved by conflicting interests, emotions, or activities: divided loyalties. (adjective)
  • Separated by distance: a child divided from her familiar surroundings. (adjective)
  • Having the lanes for opposing traffic separated: divided highways. (adjective)
  • Split; not united (adjective)

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Use "divided" in a sentence
  • "'A house divided against itself, 'or, rather, _in_ itself,' cannot stand; 'and it _is_ divided against itself if there be a _divided authority_."
  • "17 But he, knowing their thoughts, said unto them, Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and a house _divided_ against a house falleth."
  • "These days, the phrase "divided government" could just as easily apply to the Federal Reserve."