- (Especially of a political party or other organized group) split or divide into factions: there was a tendency for students to factionalizeMore example sentences
- But it can also be argued, as Radosh does not, that the guerrillas were simply too factionalized and ideologically divided to animate a mass movement.
- Would they factionalise and segment, or unify?
- The remaining true humans had by this time colonized a different planet, named it ‘New Earth,’ and quickly factionalized along the old nationalistic lines that had caused so much war in the first place.
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