Recent Examples of stratify from the Web
This thermodynamic flip-flop renders an unstable atmosphere stratified and more stable.
The top of the East seems to have stratified in that way.
For one thing, post-stratifying on party ID is something that any pollster can do.
The new standards were scheduled to roll out across Illinois between 2010 and 2014, and were a fundamental shift, particularly for high schools used to stratifying students, placing them into different levels of classes based on their abilities.
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Origin and Etymology of stratify
First Known Use: 1661See Words from the same year
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