Definitions for polarized

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  1. polarized(Adjective)

    Describing something that possesses a distinctive polarization.

  2. polarized(Adjective)

    Describing a group or situation characterized by being at two (or more) extremes.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Polarized

    of Polarize

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Jacob Parakilas:

    The U.S. has gotten relatively polarized.

  2. Sven Hovmoller:

    They want chaos, they want Sweden to be polarized, to sort people into us and them.

  3. Jacob Parakilas:

    Despite the fact that its much larger, the U.S. is an easier polling environment, the U.S. has gotten relatively polarized.

  4. Temir Porras:

    Venezuela remains very polarized with an advantage to the opposition forces. But let's not make the mistake of thinking two-thirds of people in Venezuela are now supporting the opposition.

  5. Pope Francis:

    The world is polarized. The middle class becomes smaller. The polarization between the rich and poor is big. This is true. And, perhaps this has led me to not take account of this (the problems of the middle class).


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