Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dissect.(verb)
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Use "dissects" in a sentence
"But Judge Vinson dissects that as a "radical departure" from the Constitution and U.S. case law."
"He dissects "Ghostbusters II" I didn't see it either but doesn't devote a word to the Live Aid fund-raising concerts or songs like "We Are the World," since they illustrate a charitable streak not relevant to his 200-page hymn of hate."
"The two most enticing programs for our money are Lisa Ling's documentary series, Our America, which follows Ling as she dissects the lives of various groups, including sex offenders, faith healers, drug addicts and transsexuals, and Your Own Show Friday, Jan. 7 at 8/7c, a competition series featuring 10 wannabe hosts competing for their big break — a show on the new network."