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dissentious, divisive, factiousadjective
dissenting (especially dissenting with the majority opinion)
Having a quality that divides or separates
Rather than fostering unity, he becomes divisive.
indicating division or distribution
creating, or tending to create, division, separation, or difference
Etymology: [Cf. F. divisif.]
The numerical value of divisive in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of divisive in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of divisive in a Sentence
The president uses very divisive language. Anyone who doesn't support him is painted as a traitor.
This should tell you all you need to know about Cooper and Senate Democrats’ motives, they aren’t interested in moving past this issue or protecting the privacy and safety of North Carolina families. They’re brass-knuckled politicians who want to wage a nasty culture war with divisive issues, so they can keep filling their campaign coffers with cash from fringe liberal activists.
We all know how divisive a border poll would be, and for us in Northern Ireland what we have to do at the moment is all come together to fight against COVID.
Let's stop the nonsense of unrealistic and divisive campaign promises and be the party the American people need – a decent, unifying, future-focused and common-sense party, step one is to beat Donald Trump and restore decency to the Office of the President.
Republican National Committee:
His bid isn't just bad news for residents, it's more proof that Democrats are about to endure the most crowded, divisive, and contentious primary in history.
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