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- adj. unified, whole
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not divided; not separated or disunited; unbroken; whole; continuous.
- adj. Not set off, as a share in a firm; not made actually separate by division.
- adj. Not directed or given to more than one object.
- adj. Not lobed, cleft, or branched; entire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not divided; not separated or disunited; unbroken; whole: as, undivided attention.
- Not made separate and limited to a particular sum: as, to own an undivided share of a business.
- In botany, not lobed, cleft, or branched.
- In entomology, composed of a single piece: as, an undivided pygidium.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not shared by or among others
- adj. not divided among or brought to bear on more than one object or objective
- adj. not parted by conflict of opinion
- adj. not separated into parts or shares; constituting an undivided unit
Netanyahu welcomed the crowd of 1000 American evangelicals to Jerusalem, a city he described as the undivided, eternal capitol of the Jewish people.
In June, Mr. Obama insisted on his first day as the presumptive Democratic nominee that Jerusalem should remain undivided as the capital of the Jewish nation.
Give each telephone call your undivided attention, and don't brook any electronic interruptions.
The Obama campaign is getting all confusing about whether or not Jerusalem should remain undivided.
Jones, who when a young man had spent a good many years in a frontier town, was too accustomed to this method of punctuating one's remarks and calling the undivided attention of one's listener to them, to be much surprised.
-- Permit me, therefore, to call your undivided attention to the great objection, the great temptation of the day.
I was probably 10 or 11 at the time, and I flomped down on the couch one evening when a cup of tea, erstwhile sitting pleasantly on the armrest, leapt from its resting place in the ensuing compression wave and came to rest on my arm and stomach getting what I can only describe as my undivided attention.
Barack Obama described Israel as "undivided" when speaking to a Jewish group but recanted the next day.
PONIEWOZIK: Well, I think the era is over when broadcast television can expect to command that kind of undivided attention of the viewing public.
The veteran diplomat is widely believed to have crafted Obama's campaign address to the American-Israeli Political Action committee in which the candidate called for an undying commitment to America's alliance with Israel and ensured that Jerusalem would remain "undivided," a controversial proposal that contradicted President George W. Bush's "Road Map For Peace."