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undivided Line breaks: un|div¦ided
Pronunciation: /ʌndɪˈvʌɪdɪd/

Definition of undivided in English:


1Not divided, separated, or broken into parts: an undivided estate can be passed on to succeeding generations
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  • There are also special circumstances such as wills, separate estates, joint property, and divided or undivided possession of an estate.
  • Its proposal excluded any legal restoration and precluded the break-up of the undivided collective ownership of the cooperatives.
  • Traditionally, much agricultural land and urban property was held as collective property, either undivided inheritances or endowed land.
2Devoted completely to one object: I can now give you my undivided attention
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  • The plight of one character absorbs the undivided attention of the entire audience.
  • These are massive problems, to which the Transport Secretary should be devoting his undivided attention.
  • A manager can devote more undivided attention to the co-op.
complete, full, total, whole, entire, out-and-out, absolute, unqualified, unadulterated, unalloyed, unreserved, unmitigated, unshared, unbroken, solid, consistent, thorough, concentrated, exclusive, dedicated, wholehearted, sincere, consummate;
undistracted, focused, engrossed, absorbed, attentive, committed

Words that rhyme with undivided

lopsided, misguided, one-sided, undecided, unguided, unprovided

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