Examples of bisect in a Sentence
Draw a line that bisects the angle.
The city is bisected by the highway.
Recent Examples of bisect from the Web
Griffiths said the plan is to build a low wall to bisect the room, creating not only a bar area but a three-person chef’s counter.
Harriet never a wallflower, spear headed the effort to stop I-84 from bisecting our beloved West Hartford reservoir in the early 70's.
The piece by Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero alludes to the Big Dig and the infamous section of I-93 that once bisected downtown Boston.
The two leaders smiled and shook hands across a concrete slab that marks the border bisecting Panmunjom.
South Korean media have speculated whether Kim, who has a flair for the dramatic, would walk across the Military Demarcation Line that bisects the countries in a symbolic gesture of peace.
Her paintings are simple: bisecting her canvas between earth and sky, her human depictions are small enough to be faceless.
The campus is bisected by the tracks of the local commuter-rail line—the stop, called Suzukichō, is a nod to the company’s co-founder.
Both sides agreed to the partition during a meeting in a building itself bisected by the military demarcation line, a mere 200 yards from the spot of the ax murders.
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Definition of bisect for English Language Learners
: to divide (something) into two equal parts
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