Segregate in a sentence

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Definition of Segregate

  • Separate; select.
  • Separated from others of the same kind.
  • To separate from others; to set apart.
  • To separate from a mass, and collect together about centers or along lines of fracture, as in the process of crystallization or solidification.
  • someone who is or has been segregated
  • separate or isolate (one thing) from another and place in a group apart from others
  • divide from the main body or mass and collect
  • separate by race or religion; practice a policy of racial segregation

How to use segregate in a sentence. Segregate pronunciation.

Later the divine WORD; the Creative Fiat, reverberates through space and segregates the homogeneous virgin substance into separate forms.
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Did the lady, by any chance, belong to that international high society which we either regulate or segregate?
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Hope had softened all hearts, joy's electric touch had made a thousand interests one: men were no longer segregate, their lives were blended into one great emotion. Count von Starhemberg was so overcome, that for some moments his tongue refused him utterance.
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Men given to retirement and abstract study are notoriously liable to contract a certain degree of childlikeness: and if this be the case when we segregate a man, how much more when we segregate a child!
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It was with just such blades as these that these splendid heroes of romance used to segregate a man, so to speak, and leave the half of him to fall one way and the other half the other.
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IF Mr. Langhope had ever stooped to such facile triumphs as that summed up in the convenient "I told you so," he would have loosed the phrase on Mrs. Ansell in the course of a colloquy which these two, the next afternoon, were at some pains to defend from the incursions of the Lynbrook house-party. Mrs. Ansell was the kind of woman who could encircle herself with privacy on an excursion-boat and create a nook in an hotel drawing-room, but it taxed even her ingenuity to segregate herself from the Telfers.
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Man is the only species which segregates the female to maternal functions and duties.
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Filled with enthusiasm at this fortunate idea, the host walked to the door, and shook his fist at mankind in general-above all to that segregate of the male species who might happen to be entertaining thoughts of lodging at the Hotel Turenne.
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Associated Words: insular, insularity, archipelago, lagoon, coral, maroon, marooner. isolate, v. insulate, segregate, dissociate, detach, separate. isolated, a. insulated, separate, solitary, segregated, sporadic. isolation, n. insulation, segregation; loneliness, solitude. issue, v. gush, disembogue; sally forth, debouch; proceed, emanate, ensue, follow, result.
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Antonym: inseparable. separate, v. divide, dissolve, detach, sunder, sever, disconnect, part, disjoin, withdraw, rend, dissociate, disengage, isolate, disunite, eliminate, disintegrate, segregate, scatter, disperse, dissipate, sequester, cleave, insulate, dissever, deglutinate.
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The most radical and effective measure of all will be to arrest the professional prostitutes, segregate them, and keep them segregated during the dangerous years, except as genuine signs of intention to reform appear, in which case they may be released upon probation.
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All the time Aleck was cleaning the Coal-Oil Lamps or watching the New Orleans Syrup trickle into the Jug, he was figuring how much of the Stipend he could segregate and isolate and set aside for the venerable Mr. Fishberry, the Taker-In up at the Bank with the Chinchilla on the Larynx.
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Examples of Segregate

Example #1
Logic),—and the word which expresses this (logical) thought.
Example #2
A little thought will make it evident that we are not arbitrary in finding fault with the translation of the gospel, for it is self-evident that a word cannot be the beginning, a thought must precede the word, and a thinker must originate thought before it can be expressed as a word.
Example #3
In order to give her examples of what he was saying, Denham led the way, first to the Rock Garden, and then to the Orchid House.
Example #4
Blanket-roll complete; revolver with 50 rounds per man; waist-belts and entrenching-knives.
Example #5
When he spoke, his voice, so accustomed to command, trembled and grew soft-soft and gentle as that of a young maiden. "Will some one fetch me pen and paper?
Example #6
Men clasped hands; and strangers that had never met before, embraced one another like friends and kinsmen.