Examples of bisect in a Sentence
Draw a line that bisects the angle.
The city is bisected by the highway.
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An extension of the Osceola Parkway would arc into Orange County near Orlando International Airport and then bisect Split Oak Forest, which was bought for preservation in the mid-1990s.
On the eastern side of town, bisecting the city, is the lush, tree-thick Koolau Range, a fragment of one of the volcanoes that created Oahu more than two million years ago.
The gold helmet is bisected by red and black stripes (how great is that?) and is seriously nicked and scuffed.
His design features nine modified boulders, some of which are bisected with laminated glass.
The one-lane stretch of gravel would bisect an expanse of tundra, lagoons and other waterways that provides a vital feeding ground for migrating birds as well as bears, caribou and other species.
New York, alone, has many examples: In Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, for example, there is a townhouse on Irving Place bisected by shipping containers.
Three of us sweated out the rosé at a SoulCycle class while another went for a run through one of the many trails around the Colorado River that bisects Austin.
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.
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