Difficult Words : Polarize and Polemic
Polarize (POH luh RIZE) v: to break up into opposing factions or groupings
• The issue of what kind of sand to put in the sandbox polarized the nursery school class. Some students would accept nothing but wet, while some wanted only dry.
• The increasingly acrimonious debate between the two candidates polarized the political party.
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