American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To divide into sections, especially into geographic sections.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To render sectional in scope or spirit.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. United States To divide according to geographical sections or local interests.
- v. divide into sections, especially into geographic sections
- sectional + -ize (Wiktionary)
“They're strictly for the use of the junta, which uses the road roads "to sectionalize areas of Karen State" and service base camps.”
“We have procedures drills for testing relays and all of these sorts of devices that would enable to you sectionalize and isolate a problem when it occurs.”
“The question here is why did it spread, why didn't it isolate itself and sectionalize itself just to the local area that was having the problem?”
“Also, you can sectionalize a fault in or out of the co by testing "in" or "out" using MDF.”
“Logcp and loc2 can also be used to sectionalize a one-sided resistive fault.”
“In fact, it would have a tendency to sectionalize the party by which the change is made.”
“Nothing did more to sectionalize Northern opinion and fire the Northern heart, and to lash the fury of the rank and file of those who were urged to vote as they had shot and who had hoisted above them the Bloody Shirt for a banner.”
“On the whole, the principal results of the struggle were, to sectionalize parties more completely, ripen Southern sentiment towards secession, and combine wavering voters in the free-States in support of Republican doctrines.”
“They (the thieves) will cut it (the pole) down, the power goes out and we have to go around the area to sectionalize (repair) it," he said.”
“Crews worked diligently to sectionalize the line (determine which section of the line is causing the problem) and have been able to switch Richford and Troy over to a different transmission source leaving approximately 350 members in Jay still without power.”
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