- separated; separate.
- shared; apportioned.
- (of a leaf) cut into distinct portions by incisions extending to the midrib or base.
Origin of divided
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Examples from the Web for undivided
This makes Cannadine something of an outsider, and The Undivided Past has been the subject of denunciations and ridicule.The End of Us And Them: David Cannadine’s Quest to Unite History
May 10, 2013
Almost without realizing it, the two men had won an undivided Sarajevo.Richard Holbrooke on the Dayton Peace Accords
December 15, 2010
But Bibi did not oblige: East Jerusalem will remain part of the undivided eternal capital of the state of Israel.Bibi's Collision Course
June 15, 2009
I watched the Super Bowl with an expert, and gave yardlines and quarterbacks my undivided attention.Obama Macho
February 17, 2009
Clean and divide the fish, and cut each side into three; or leave them undivided, and cut each side into five or six pieces.
For how can that which is divided be like that which is undivided?Timaeus
A patent may be sold giving a divided, or an undivided right.Practical Mechanics for Boys
J. S. Zerbe
In the clear days which followed, Justin gave his undivided attention to flying.Glory of Youth
She was to awake to undivided possession, free from any reminder of him.Tristram of Blent
- not divided into parts or groups
- concentrated on one object, idea, etcundivided attention
- botany another word for dissected (def. 1)
- split; not united
Word Origin and History for undivided
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