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Wednesday March 1, 2017
To cause division and opposition between groups, individuals or positions
- The competitive sales competition between the two departments got a little out of hand and ended up polarizing the office.
- The issue on the new doctrine polarized the members of the congregation.
Word Usage Tip
Try using the noun POLARIZATION, which is sharp division of a population or group into opposing factions
- The brief war between the two countries led to decades of POLARIZATION between the two.
THINK... how can you use polarize in a conversation today?
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