Not the bridge-burning efforts of Butler and her BDS comrades who polarize an already divided Middle East.
Second, I think it might polarize the country even more than it is now.
They say rape-y things Rick Ross is hardly the first rapper to polarize with lyrics about rape.
But if you polarize the political scene, you have to cultivate support on at least one side.
They impose themselves on men apart from reason and have the power to polarize men's thoughts and feelings in one direction.
It may be said to polarize the idea, so often presented in his poetry, that doubt is a condition of the vitality of faith.
There is nothing to be done but to polarize the needle over again.
They are also costly, since they do not last long and cannot be worked too hard unless they polarize.
These must have plenty of time to rest, as they polarize when the circuit is closed for a long time.
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.