Examples of bisect in a Sentence
Draw a line that bisects the angle.
The city is bisected by the highway.
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Vermont Route 78, a main thoroughfare connecting northern Vermont with New York State—bisects the refuge wetlands, causing wildlife deaths from roadkill.
Twice a year, the Washington Monument bisects the rising sun when viewed from the Netherlands Carillon.
On the other, the broad gravel expanse bisected autumn-yellow stands of birch stretching toward the looming towers of the Alaska Intertie.
Martin and Brickell’s book bisects the story into two time periods, one set in the 1940s at the end of World War II, the other 20 years earlier in the Jazz Age, which is still only a rumor in the rural South.
These lines bisecting the canvas, where the horizon would fall in a traditional landscape painting, are sometimes table tops or mirroring surfaces in which objects placed bottom-to-bottom reflect one other.
The range bisects the heart of Abruzzo, cutting off the sliver of Adriatic coast from the more populated west.
The board of commissioners decided to order an evacuation of everyone to the east of U.S. 301, which bisects the county, even though the governor hasn’t.
The restaurant's main dining room on the second floor has been bisected to create another new concept: Annie Hall.
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