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See definition of bisection on Dictionary.com
  • as indivision
  • as inhalf
  • as inparting
  • as inseverance
  • as invalediction

synonyms for bisection

  • distribution
  • analysis
  • apportionment
  • autopsy
  • breaking
  • carving
  • demarcation
  • detachment
  • diagnosis
  • disjuncture
  • dismemberment
  • dissolution
  • disunion
  • divorce
  • parceling
  • parting
  • partition
  • reduction
  • rupture
  • segmentation
  • selection
  • severance
  • subdivision
  • vivisection
  • breaking down
  • breaking up
  • contrasting
  • cutting up
  • departmentalizing
  • detaching
  • disparting
  • disseverance
  • distinguishing
  • disuniting
  • dividing
  • rending
  • separating
  • splitting up

antonyms for bisection

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  • attachment
  • combination
  • connection
  • union
  • accord
  • agreement
  • juncture
  • system
  • unification
  • unison
  • unity
  • whole
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    How to use bisection in a sentence

    The bisection of the victim symbolized Christ slain and affording access to God through himself.
    THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
    Down from the right-hand bisection came the boys of the Triangle X outfit.
    BLAZED TRAIL STORIESSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
    Mitreing consists of halving the angle and making each piece to fit the line of bisection.
    WOODWORK JOINTSWILLIAM FAIRHAM
    Mr. Frazer does not here pretend to guess why the bisection occurred.
    SOCIAL ORIGINS AND PRIMAL LAWANDREW LANG
    The 'bisection' of his theory could not, I fear, be 'gradual.'
    SOCIAL ORIGINS AND PRIMAL LAWANDREW LANG
    Not one throat but many underwent simultaneous pantomimic bisection.
    WHERE THE TRAIL DIVIDESWILL LILLIBRIDGE
    It is not a case of drawing a straight line from one extreme to the other, and finding the middle point by bisection.
    A CRITICAL HISTORY OF GREEK PHILOSOPHYW. T. STACE
    This connects perpendicularity and bisection of angles with projective properties.
    ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 11, SLICE 6VARIOUS
    Christianity, he tells us, comes in with a flaming sword and performs neat acts of bisection.
    G. K. CHESTERTON, A CRITICAL STUDYJULIUS WEST
    The continued bisection of our distance, though it gives us continually smaller distances, gives us always finite distances.
    OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE EXTERNAL WORLD AS A FIELD FOR SCIENTIFIC METHOD IN PHILOSOPHYBERTRAND RUSSELL
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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