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Use "unpolarized" in a sentence
"In addition, light can be unpolarized, meaning that at any particular instant the electric field has a particular orientation, but its orientation at some later time cannot be predicted from this knowledge."
"But the existence of such a system is, as a matter of fact, the reason we used to have a relatively unpolarized US Congress."
"Although most optical light is unpolarized – consisting of light with an equal mix of all polarizations – the extreme bending of energetic particles around a magnetic field line can polarize light."