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synonyms for stratify

  • flake
  • laminate
  • plate
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How to use stratify in a sentence

Access to home ownership is also remarkably stratified based on race.
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These rebundling attempts show how stratified the streaming ecosystem is becoming.
HOW THE FUTURE OF TV WAS RESHAPED BY 2020TIM PETERSONDECEMBER 16, 2020DIGIDAY
Another important consideration is how a survey is weighted or stratified to accurately represent population groups with differing voting patterns.
HOW THE WASHINGTON POST’S POLLING AVERAGE WORKSSCOTT CLEMENT, EMILY GUSKINOCTOBER 16, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Society will stratify itself according to the laws of social gravitation.
A MORTAL ANTIPATHYOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, SR.
A gas, as explained, is of such a character that it remains fixed and will not stratify or condense.
MOTORSJAMES SLOUGH ZERBE
It will stratify, and force itself onward through the adjacent and opposing atmosphere, and in a right line.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE WEATHERTHOMAS BELDEN BUTLER
But already the Mississippi Valley was beginning to stratify, both socially and geographically.
THE FRONTIER IN AMERICAN HISTORYFREDERICK JACKSON TURNER
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WORDS RELATED TO STRATIFY

  • coat
  • exfoliate
  • face
  • flake
  • foil
  • foliate
  • layer
  • overlayer
  • plate
  • separate
  • split
  • stratify
  • veneer
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.