The U.S. is polarized, as well as stratified, and even the most basic facts become ideologically charged.
Decadent, venal, ineffective, stratified, anxiety-ridden, stumbling from one declared crisis to the next—who wants that?
There is nothing hypothetical about a stratified system of laws for people based on their ethnicity.
Elan was its characteristic—but it was hard to reduce to the stratified regularity of an army.
What is the nature of the fossils in the earliest layers of stratified rock?
At the upper edge of the hill was an outcrop of stratified rock.
It lies horizontally, and is stratified with unusual regularity.
How else than through such formation in an ocean-bed came these rocks to be stratified?
These rocks are stratified, or divided into distinct layers, or strata.
They were stratified, and he stepped on them to climb up, when his foot went deep into the apparently hard rock.
stratified strat·i·fied (strāt'ə-fīd')
Arranged in the form of layers or strata.