Origin of bipartite
OTHER WORDS FROM bipartitebi·par·tite·ly, adverbbi·par·ti·tion [bahy-pahr-tish-uhn], /ˌbaɪ pɑrˈtɪʃ ən/, noun
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How to use bipartite in a sentence
A red or a bipartite Umbrella or Parasol is the invariable sign of the umbrella-maker.The History of Signboards|Jacob Larwood
In geometry, a bipartite curve consists of two distinct branches (see Parabola, figs. 3, 5).
The style, which varies much in length, is simple, with an undivided or bilobed or bipartite stigma.
The species with distinctly bipartite and radiated fronds are Ad.Beautiful Ferns|Daniel Cady Eaton
Bipartite, bi′part-īt, or bī-prt′īt, adj. divided into two like parts.