Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of polarize.
  • adjective That polarizes

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Now, the UCLA team has created what it calls a polarizing organic photovoltaic, which can potentially boost the function of an LCD by working simultaneously as a polarizer, a photovoltaic device and an ambient light or sunlight photovoltaic panel.

    Gizmodo

  • Citing what he described as polarizing rhetoric from the Republican ticket and a desire to give conservative voters a better choice, City Council candidate Brent Robertson announced Wednesday he is changing his political affiliation from independent to Republican.

    News for Lynchburg News Advance

  • Citing what he described as polarizing rhetoric from the Republican ticket and a desire to give conservative voters a better choice, City Council candidate Brent Robertson announced Wednesday he is changing his political affiliation from independent to Republican.

    News for Lynchburg News Advance

  • Sometimes I think my life is set up in polarizing opposites just to mock me.

    June « 2008 «

  • Sometimes I think my life is set up in polarizing opposites just to mock me.

    Twisted roots. «

  • But besides the political fallout, I fear that the movie will just succeed in polarizing people into ID or anti-ID camps

    A Review of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

  • Bilbo: But besides the political fallout, I fear that the movie will just succeed in polarizing people into ID or anti-ID camps

    A Review of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

  • But besides the political fallout, I fear that the movie will just succeed in polarizing people into ID or anti-ID camps, with the concommitant yelling and screaming at each other, and making it more difficult for people to approach the topic with open-minded, intellectual curiosity, in the tradition of The Design Matrix.

    A Review of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

  • Really the only place I hear about Clinton being SO polarizing is from the media.

    Waldo Jaquith - Americans don’t like Bush or Republicans.

  • These women seem to be enjoying their fame in polarizing a debate that need not exist.

    War (What is it Good For?) | Her Bad Mother

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