Definition of great divide
: a significant point of division; especially : death
Examples of great divide in a sentence
<many religions claim to know what happens after we cross the great divide>
Origin of great divide
the Great Divide, No. American watershed
First Known Use: 1868
Rhymes with great divide
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Definition of Great Divide
— see continental divide
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