They were outspoken and polarizing, and lived fast and too often died young.
But fighting for fiscal responsibility does not have to be a polarizing process that dooms an executive to unpopularity.
Hillary Clinton was the most polarizing of the would-be first ladies in recent history.
He was a man of faith, but did not use it as a political banner or polarizing weapon.
Sarah Palin has gone from the most divisive figure in politics to the most polarizing within the GOP.
The Page 113 fact that there is no polarizing action within the cell makes it further adaptable to heavy closed-circuit service.
polarizing contact-lenses—prescription or optically neutral.
The Iceland spar has the power of polarizing light and producing great richness and variety of color.
And, "Polarization" is defined by the same authority as: "Act of polarizing; state of having polarity."
Yes, he had told me it was all accomplished by polarizing the steel and iron of the projectile!
1811, in optics, from French polariser, coined by French physicist Étienne-Louis Malus (1775-1812) as a term in optics, from Modern Latin polaris "polar" (see polar). Transferred sense of "to accentuate a division in a group or system" is first recorded 1949 in Arthur Koestler. Related: Polarized; polarizing.