Definition of divisively in English:



See divisive

  • ‘‘Never trust anyone over 30,’ they used to say, divisively.’
  • ‘The play will bring the 20th Century's most ‘notorious tyrant’ daringly and divisively on to the stage.’
  • ‘But I did witness him destroy characters who criticised our great leaders and act divisively in my party.’
  • ‘Over the last 25 years, few topics in systematics and paleontology have been as divisively debated as the origin of birds.’
  • ‘What had been envisioned in 1937 as an operation of quick decision had by 1941 become a massively and divisively institutionalized conflict with no end in sight.’