dyadic

noun
dy·​ad·​ic | \dī-ˈa-dik \

Definition of dyadic 

: a mathematical expression formed by addition or subtraction of dyads

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Along with all populists, Mr. Trump’s guiding vision is dyadic: a virtuous people on one side, a corrupt elite on the other. William A. Galston, WSJ, "Donald Trump vs. James Madison," 24 Jan. 2017

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First Known Use of dyadic

1884, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of dyadic was in 1884

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