divided

[dih-vahy-did]
adjective
1.
separated; separate.
3.
shared; apportioned.
4.
(of a leaf) cut into distinct portions by incisions extending to the midrib or base.

Origin:
1555–65; divide + -ed2

dividedly, adverb
dividedness, noun
quasi-divided, adjective
quasi-dividedly, adverb
self-divided, adjective
semidivided, adjective
undivided, adjective
well-divided, adjective
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divided (dɪˈvaɪdɪd)
 
adj
1.  botany another word for dissected
2.  split; not united
 
di'videdly
 
adv
 
di'videdness
 
n

undivided (ˌʌndɪˈvaɪdɪd)
 
adj
1.  not divided into parts or groups
2.  concentrated on one object, idea, etc: undivided attention

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undivided
c.1412, from un- (1) "not" + pp. of divide.
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divide di·vide (dĭ-vīd')
v. di·vid·ed, di·vid·ing, di·vides

  1. To separate or become separated into parts, sections, groups, or branches.

  2. To sector into units of measurement; graduate.

  3. To separate and group according to kind; classify.

  4. To branch out, as a blood vessel.

  5. To undergo cell division.

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divide   (dĭ-vīd')  Pronunciation Key 
  1. To subject (a number) to the process of division.

  2. To be a divisor of.

  3. To use (a number) as a divisor.

  4. To perform the operation of division.

  5. To undergo cell division.


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Example sentences
After all, they are deserving of my undivided attention.
But that he was able to get the message to a nation with its undivided attention focused was partly a product of his times.
In an agricultural society, winter was of little importance, and thus went undivided.
Four-lane undivided roadways in urban areas can experience a degradation of service and/or safety as traffic volumes increase.
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