segregated

[ UK /sˈɛɡɹɪɡˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛɡɹəˌɡeɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. separated or isolated from others or a main group
    a segregated school system
    a segregated neighborhood
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How To Use segregated In A Sentence

  • Plans for a non-segregated cemetery in Enniskillen faced criticism.
  • The school system itself is not totally desegregated.
  • This school is completely desegregated
  • I see now that certain women are being segregated from the others. SEA MUSIC
  • Segregated public bathrooms threaten people's safety, job security and access to education.
  • Yet the historical part of Edinburgh, the part most frequented by visitors, is a slum intersected by ancient houses that have been segregated and turned into museums and training-colleges.
  • On the first day of trading, GE-free soybeans outsold unsegregated soybeans three to one.
  • Up to that point, traditional aquariums offered views of segregated species through small fish tank windows.
  • Adapting the curriculum just for children with special educational needs may lead to their becoming increasingly isolated and segregated within the classroom.
  • Claims that Manchester is becoming a segregated society - in which white, black and Asian communities are living separate lives - have been dismissed.
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